EVENT: Stone Walks on the Bruce Trail Hamilton (April 1st)

Join WalkingLab on the Bruce Trail in Hamilton, Ontario
April 1st, 2017 11am – 3pm (meet @ 10:45)

The 3 ½ hour loop trail will be activated by ‘pop up’ lectures and artistic interventions.

Presentations by:

• Dr. Katherine Wallace, University of Toronto (Geology)

• Dr. Kaitlin Debicki, McMaster University (Tree communication, Indigenous Knowledge)

• Randy Kay, McMaster University (Squatting and occupation of parklands)

• Dr. Bonnie Freeman, McMaster University (Indigenous Journey Methodology on Foot)

• TH&B Art Collective, Hamilton (Artistic Intervention)

• ALSO: Earn hiking badges and pennants by artist Mary Tremonte

Please meet in the Chedoke Civic Golf Course Parking Lot at 10:45. The walk commences promptly at 11 am.

We are walking the Hamilton Bruce Trail – Chedoke to Iroquoia Heights Loop and then returning on Scenic Drive Side Trail (https://www.trailforks.com/region/iroquoia-heights-12952/map/)

This trail ascends a gradual incline up the Escarpment and for most of the trail we walk on a gravel or a well-defined path. However there are sections that are harder to navigate. The walk is about 9km.

Wear appropriate footwear and bring water and lunch for yourself.

Co-sponsored by
Hamilton Artists Inc.

For more information, contact: sarah.truman@mail.utoronto.ca