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Sports & Recreation

The Puppy Pumpkin Prowl Dog Walk, Gananoque & District Humane Society

ionionWalk with or without dogs to raise money for the less luckt dogs who are homeless. Short walk starting from Town Hall Park. Free registration starts at 9:30 am. Walk starts 10:30 am finishes by noon. Prizes! Help raise funds by picking up a pledge sheet at our shelter, 85 Hwy 32, north of the 401, or print your own from our website www.ganhumanesociety.ca. Or find a walker to sponsor! Online donations using the Canada Helps button on our website or Facebook page are easy to do, too.Contact: Jeannie Devine, 613-618-9661, jtdevine@1000island.net. And now , please, think WALKIES!

CRCA Winter Fun Day in Brockville

It’s that time of year again – time for you, your family and friends to come out to the Mac Johnson Wildlife Area in Brockville and enjoy lots of outdoor sights and sounds as part of the 17th annual Winter Fun Day. The event will take place on Saturday, Jan. 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and features lots of fun activities for every member of the family. Lace up the blades and skate on the ‘Back Pond’ or go cross-country skiing or snowshoeing (free snowshoeing for kids!!) and enjoy the thrill of our ice slide.

Cataraqui Trail Bike or Hike Fundraiser

Bike or hike along the Cataraqui Trail and help raise funds to maintain the trail at the Lombard Glen Golf Course, 551 HWY 15. Get on the Cataraqui Trail wherever suits you and travel by bike or on foot to join us at the Lombard Glen clubhouse for lunch anytime between 12 noon and 2 p.m. Minimum donation of $25 will include a free lunch (burgers, dogs and a drink).

Opening Lions Water Accessible Ramp Joel Stone Beach Gananoque

This is the grand opening of a combination of accessible beach path, beach mat and fabrication that allows persons with mobility or visual problems to safely access the beach or enter to water to immerse themselves or even swim. This may be the first facility in North America to provide these activities. Dedication speeches, demonstrations, soft drinks and hot dogs will be provided. Persons requiring wheelchairs, walkers, canes or simply balance problems most welcome.