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EVENT: Sun, Sept 21 – The Don Valley: A Bicycle Tour From Todmorden Mills to Lake Ontario

Date: 

Sunday, September 21, 2014 – 13:3015:30

Join Jennifer Bonnell, a historian of the Don Valley, to explore the rich human and natural history of one of Toronto’s great rivers. Hear the stories of its uses by Aboriginal peoples, the industrial development of the river that led to its straightening in the 1890s, and its history as a place of refuge for the homeless.

LEADER: Jennifer Bonnell

PARTNER: Community Bicycle Network

START/FINISH POINTS: Provided upon registration

LENGTH: Approx. 2 hours

FOCUS: Natural, historical

DIFFICULTY: Cycling in a group over hills, rough ground, trails, crossing busy roads

COST: $25.00

TOUR LIMITED TO 20 PEOPLE. PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED: http://ift.tt/1iV306w…

Location: 
Todmorden Mills / Lake Ontario path

Exact meeting point provided via email upon pre-registration
http://ift.tt/1nZxjAM

Toronto, ON

Canada
Contact Info
Organisation: 

Heritage Toronto Tours

Contact name: 

Stacey Rodas (nee Fowler)

Phone: 

416 338 1339

This event originally posted on Cycle Toronto‘s BikeEvents.TO calendar. BikingToronto has partnered with Cycle Toronto to help get the word out about news and events.

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