Trout River Environmental Committee would like to invite you to attend Riverbank Heritage Day, celebrating Canadian Rivers Day. The event will be held Saturday June 10th, from 11am to 3pm, outside of Carr’s Oyster Bar, 32 Campbellton Rd in Stanley Bridge.
The event will include environmental groups as exhibitors and presenters with a focus on education surrounding watercourses, as well as The Grand Opening of Carr’s Wildlife Centre. Come and see educational displays of native and exotic wildlife with a focus on conservation, including a replica of Bob the Leatherback Sea Turtle!
Guests will also have the opportunity to go out on the water via kayak tours of Stanley River! Bring your own kayak and TREC will be your guide, see Facebook events page updates and troutriverec.ca for sign up.
This event is fun for the whole family, add to the PEI Wild Child ecosystems mural, TREC will be doing face painting, a scavenger hunt and a few other fun children’s activities! We have so many great groups coming out this year including Hunter Clyde Watershed Group, Bedeque Bay Environmental Management Association, Kensington North Watershed Group, PEI Invasive Species Council, Atlantic Salmon Federation, PEI Watershed Alliance and Holman’s Ice Cream!
The event is free or by donation, any donation over $10 gives you the chance to win a prize! There will be free entry to the Wildlife Centre on the opening day. TREC would like to thank Innovation PEI for funding this event, as well as Carr’s Oyster Bar for hosting!