2015 – Jan. to June

Summary of Club events for the period Jan. to June, 2015.

Notice: this page only lists the events and dates. If you plan to participate, please consult your printed Programme which includes the names and phone numbers of the Coordinators and Convenors, directions, and event-specific details.  If you don’t have a programme and want more information, please contact Pat Borlace, p.borlace@yahoo.ca.

 Jan. 3rd  –  Gai-Luron – cross-country skiing and snowshoeing

Jan. 17th  –  Ste-Agathe – cross-country skiing and snowshoeing

Jan. 31st  –  Far Hills – cross-country skiing and snowshoeing

Feb. 14th  –  Foret Oureau – cross-country skiing and snowshoeing

Feb. 27th  –  Mar. 1st  –  Auberge du Vieux Foyer week-end, Val David

Mar. 14th  –  Morin Heights – cross-country skiing and snowshoeing

Mar. 25th  –  Indoor Lecture – “Birds of the Northern Lights” by Joel Coutu

Mar. 28th  –  Mount Orford – cross-country skiing and snowshoeing

Apr. 11th  –  Sugaring Off – Domaine Magaline

Apr. 25th  –  Walk – Ile de la Visitation Park

Apr. 29th  –  Indoor Lecture – “Why Genetics Matter to Biodiversity” by Dr. Dan Schoen

May 2nd  –  Walk – Bois de Liesse Park

May 9th  –  Walk – Lac Boivin, Granby

May 16th  –  Walk and Rabaska – Lac Saint-Francois

May 27th  –  Indoor Lecture – “Nature in the Metropole” by David Fletcher followed by our Annual General Meeting

May 30th  –  Walk –  Pointe au Roche, New York State

June 6th  –  Hike – Ruiter Valley Land Trust, Mansonville

June 20th – 22nd  –  Saranac Lake, N.Y., canoeing and hiking week-end

 

 

 

 

 

 

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