Jane’s Walk – Severed Connections:The Jackson Creek Story

175 George St

May 25 1pm-4pm

Jane’s Walk is a global festival of citizen-led walking tours that encourage people to explore and reimagine the places they live, work and play. All are welcome to this free event. Jackson Creek has been a focal point of Peterborough’s economic, social, and environmental past. This walk will be a conversation about how Jackson Creek and other places in our community connect us to the land and the people around us. How might we use environmental restoration as a means for building community resilience? Over 3 hours we will discover the hidden Creek as it runs through downtown and out of the city centre. Join us at 1pm outside the Chamber of Commerce (175 George), or catch up with us at 2:30 at Fleming Park (Aylmer and Brock). This walk is being led by Dylan Radcliffe in partnership the Peterborough Field Naturalists. You don’t need to register, but if you do we will have a way to email you in case there is an unforeseen change in plans. More details and optional registration at https://janeswalkptbo2019creek.eventbrite.com