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The Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority brings “Season’s Greetings” to you all at Longwoods Road Conservation Area and the Ska-Nah-Doht Village and Museum on Sunday, November 29 from noon until 4 pm. Enjoy an afternoon of family activities that will be sure to leave you in the Winter Spirit! Just $4 per vehicle! Coin or credit card at the Pay and Display Machine at the Entrance.
Take a Horse Drawn Wagon Ride across the fields and through the woods … pulled by a team of majestic Belgian and Percheron horses from Ranger Belgians of Mount Brydges!
Recycle those old Greeting Cards into seasonal crafts! Bring out your own old cards or use some of ours! We will have plans and supplies for you in the Resource Centre to design your own unique creation to take home! Great for the kids!
Trim a Tree for the Birds! Don’t forget to share some goodies with the birds at Longwoods! Create tasty wildlife treats inside a cozy log cabin. Materials supplied. Then outside, trim a tree with your goodies for our feathered friends and other wildlife! (a peanut free activity)
Shop in the Resource Centre for that one of a kind Holiday gift! Featuring “The Glass Tree – Stained Glass Designs” by local artist Elvira Pupinski and Longwoods’ “Turtle Trail Gift Shop” – Beadwork, Stained Glass, Leather Craft.
Learn about Feeding Winter Birds Outside at our Feeder Station. Then enjoy a Guided Family Friendly Nature Walk along the Carey Carolinian Arboretum and Trail! Warm up afterwards with a hot chocolate!
For further information call (519) 264-2420.
Longwoods Road Conservation Area is located at 8348 Longwoods Road, 6.5 km west of Delaware,
just southwest of Mount Brydges.
Forests & Habitat
- Big “O” Birding Event
- “Plan a ‘Camping Get-Away’ in Lower Thames Valley Country!” Conservation Areas Open Mid-May for Camping Season
- “Spring experiential learning opportunities” Outdoor Ed Programs ‘Step Into Nature’ at Longwoods Road Conservation Area!
- Canada and Ontario Extend Public Consultations on Draft Action Plan to Reduce Harmful Algal Blooms in Lake Erie