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Please note: Participants need to bring a lunch and wear appropriate footwear and outdoor clothing.
We encourage every hiker to lead one hike a year, which still leaves enough for those who wish to lead more.

DATEHIKERSWALKERSRAMBLERS
Thur Jun 14Come learn about the Amazing Geology of Iceland from 7-9 p.m at the Salt Spring Library. Steve Earle is a Geologist with a PhD in Geochemistry, now living on Gabriola Island. After 12 years in the mining industry, since 1992 he has been teaching at Vancouver Island University in Nanaimo and at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops. The talk is open to the public.
Tue Jun 19The hiking season ends with the Strawberry Festival in Ruckle Park. This year's event is being organized by the Hikers. Meet at noon in the lower picnic area with your packed lunch to enjoy a scrumptious dessert of strawberries and ice cream. Remember to bring a dish and spoon! Short walks will be scheduled before lunch.
Tue June 19Walkers and Hikers will have a short walk before the Strawberry Festival. Meet at ArtSpring at 10:00 a.m. or at the picnic area in Ruckle Park at 10:15 a.m.Meet at 10 a.m. in Centennial Park to car pool for a Ramble in Ruckle Park before the Strawberry Fest or meet at the picnic area at noon.
Sun June 24Island Pathways is planning a fun day to celebrate 30 years of working to improve active-transportation on Salt Spring. We'll be the day's main attraction at the REvolutionSS weekend gathering at the Farmers' Institute. Come and enjoy the fun!
SummerClub activities take a break over the summer. Enjoy the time with family and friends.
Sep 11The 2016-2017 hiking season begins with the Blackberry Festival at Ruckle Park. Meet at noon in the Group Campground. Bring your lunch and a favourite blackberry goodie to share. Don't forget a bowl and a spoon. Short walks will be scheduled before lunch.
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