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Imagine gliding smoothly along a remote and pristine waterway experiencing absolute peace and a sense of well being that comes with being at one with nature. The only sounds are of the wilderness and the gentle lapping of the water along the shoreline.
Naturalist, Tracker, Wilderness Skills Practitioner and Canoe Guide Alexis Burnet will be at the Mill Street Library on Thursday, June 21, 2012 at 7 p.m. to discuss the links between canoeing and how we connect to nature on a deep level.
Learn how paddling clear lakes and rivers and spending nights sleeping under the stars helps us to connect to the natural world. Discover nature connection and how we, as a culture, community, and as individuals, can nourish our relationship to the earth. Through tending this unique relationship we work towards creating a resilient culture and community with strong connections to the natural world.
Wilderness canoeing and spending time in the outdoors is one of the many ways that help to strengthen our connection to nature. Please join Mr. Burnett as he enlightens us on this fascinating and rewarding pastime.
Admission is free, and everyone is welcome. Refreshments provided.
- Date: Thursday, June 21, 2012
- Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
- Location: Mill Street location - in the Meeting Room on the lower level