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Nature in the City: Roots and Shoots

Guelph Public Library
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Nature in the City: Roots and Shoots - Learn about Jack-in-the-Pulpit, Bloodroot and Squirrel Corn – wildflowers with curious names.

TALK: Sat. May 12, 1:00 pm, Main Library

WALK: Sun. May 13, 1:00 pm Wildflower Hike at Starkey Hill. Meet at Starkey Hill parking lot, 735 Arkell Road.

Are you new to Guelph? Perhaps you are ready to start exploring nature, but unsure where to start? Or want to meet like-minded nature lovers in your community? Nature in the City is a series of free, public programs run by Nature Guelph that can help you dive in to nature in the Royal City. Bring your friends and family, and learn just a little more about the natural world in your own backyard, while meeting other people in Guelph who are interested in nature connection and the outdoors.

Nature in the City 2018 features a 4-part series of free indoor programs at the Guelph Public Library, that are followed by free guided outdoor programs. Join us for either, or for both!