On Saturday, Oct. 25 we have our fundraising Geoheritage Tour. Those people who drive by rock cuts on the Canadian Shield on a daily basis will be astounded by their story and their up-close beauty. Same goes for the landscaped rocks that have been so artistically placed around the Crystal Palace in Perth. Oh, and how often do you get the chance to walk into a mine with a retired geology professor, a professional prospector and a biologist? The event runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and lunch is provided. Cost for this fundraiser for the Friends if $50 per person. Please book your tickets by noon on Wednesday, Oct. 22 by clicking here.
We hope to see you!
(Please note our PA Day Activity has been cancelled.)
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Do you love rocks? The Friends have a great event for you! On Saturday, Oct. 25 we are hosting a Geoheritage Tour as a fundraiser for Friends activities. It starts in Perth at the Crystal Palace/Tay Basin (click here for a map) to explore the geological features at that site, followed by a bus trip to the park with stops of geological interest along the way, lunch at the Lally Homestead and a tour of the Silver Queen Mine, all guided by those-in-the-know as far as rocks go! (See below.) Tickets are $50 per person and will be held for you. To book your ticket, click here. Pre-registration is required by noon on Oct. 22 and space is limited. Please support the Friends! If you have any questions, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope to see you there!
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