Weather intervened last weekend and we had to reschedule the Hike and Photographic Event to this coming Sunday. Also, the time change occurs Saturday evening so we had to adjust the start time to 1:30 pm.
The Hillsborough River Association and go! East PEI together with the Community of Mount Stewart are holding a Photography Walk-Hike on Pigot’s Trail in Mount Stewart on Sunday afternoon November 4th, 2018 between 1:30 and 4:00 pm. Please distribute copies to those who you feel would be interested.
Islanders who enjoy the outdoors this time of year are invited to participate in this Photography Walk and Hike on the scenic Pigot’s Trail. This hike will feature tips on nature photography during an autumn evening. This event is open to all ages and to people with various photographic skills and equipment and will touch upon I Phone, I Pad, traditional cameras and related equipment. There is no charge.
Dan McAskill of the Hillsborough River Association and Jacob Smith of Eastern Region Sport and Recreation (go! East PEI) are pleased to promote this fall activity on the picturesque Pigot’s Trail along the Hillsborough River, Prince Edward Island’s first designated Canadian Heritage River. An accomplished photographer will lead the photography portion of the event and there will be a naturalist to answer questions on plants and animals along the Trail.
Participants are asked to gather at the Mount Stewart Community Centre, South Main Street at 1:30 pm. for orientation and instruction before proceeding to the Pigot’s Trail. At the end of the outing, there will be time for light refreshments and further socialization at the Community Centre. Please dress accordingly for the weather and time of year.
To assist in preparing for the food for this event, please preregister at email@example.com or see us on our Facebook site search-HRA-Watershed-Management preregistration. There will be some space to accommodate additional registrations at the event. For information on the event please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 902-940-4115.