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Dresden Trillium Walking Trail/ Uncle Tom's Cabin

When:
Saturday, August 17, 2019, 8:30 AM
Where:
VPP Parking Lot
411 Greenfield Street
Petrolia, ON  

Canada
Category:
Hiking
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EVENT DETAILS KEY INFORMATION
Event Description Dresden Trillium Walking Trail/ Uncle Tom's Cabin Historic Site
Join Jennifer and Louise as we walk into historical Victorian Dresden, visit the Dresden Mediaeval Garden, the Dresden Arboretum  and tour Uncle Tom's Cabin Historic Site.
Meeting Place
Location: VPP Parking Lot
    411 Greenfield St. Petrolia
Departure Time:   8:30 am
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time for check-in and other information.
Leader Cell Phone
519-882-3605
Event Start Time 9:00 am
Dresden Rotary Memorial  Park
            located at the corner of 
     St. George Street (Hwy 21) and St. John St. West
            Dresden

Level Easy,
Distance 6 km
Pace 3.5 km/hr
Duration 2 hours
Costs
Money is Required For:
      Optional Museum tour at 11:00 for  $5.50   
      Optional lunch out
      Suggested carpooling donation $5.00
Required Items to Bring Snack, water, hiking poles
Recommended to Bring Hiking boots or excellent walking shoes
bug spray

Current Conditions  Participants Should Be Prepared For:

Mosquitoes...Mosquitoes collected from a trap in Dresden, Ont. have tested positive for the West Nile virus. According to Chatham-Kent Public Health, West Nile is transmitted to people through the bite of an infected mosquito. There have been no human infections reported to public health at this time
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