Join the Nova Scotia Nature Trust at the Port Medway Heritage Exhibit on Saturday, August 20 and Sunday, August 21 in the Warehouse at the Port Medway Lighthouse Park. On Sunday at 10:00 a.m., the Nature Trust will be hosting a walk on our Volger's Cove property and on the provincially protected Cherry Hill Beach. This event coincides with the Port Medway Readers Festival and a reading by Graeme Gibson from his A Bedside Book of Beasts: a Wildlife Miscellany.
More information about the reading and how to purchase tickets can be found at: www.portmedwayreadersfestival.com/
Please contact Karen Devitt or 902.425.5263 to register for the walk or for more information.
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