Thursday, 17 April 2014

Stories Along the Trail

Fun for the whole Family!

Sunday April 27,  1 - 4 PM

(last departure from starting point at 3:20)

Did you miss the Stories Along the Trail last September?  It rained, it rained very hard, and few people showed up.  So we are doing a rerun of the stories this spring.  Maybe you were there, and would just like to see it again 
since the stories are live they do change a bit with each telling.

 Costumed storytellers will be found along a trail, and enchant you as they tell you about the adventures of a mysterious Chimera who is looking for a home.  You will hear how it just doesn’t work out to live with any of the creatures who it meets.  And of course you will learn about the secret lives of all these beings  bats, birds, a coyote and more! You will be left wondering what sort of being the Chimera is ... just wait till you find out!

Bring your family and friends to a unique storytelling event where you will be guided along a marked trail!  It’s free and it’s fun, and it is enchanting!  
... And it’s suitable for all ages.  

(The trail loop is about a 1.5 km long.  It’s gravel, but OK for strollers)

How to get there!

Meet at the Salish Trail park entrance on 16th Ave about 1/2 km east of the traffic circle at 16th and Wesbrook Mall. You will be directed to follow the short path to the event start. 

Parking is available along 16th Ave.
You can take either the 33 or 25 bus along 16th Ave.; the closest stop is Hampton Place.

Guides will take groups around
every 10 to 15 minutes.  
The walk, including the stories will take a little less than an hour and a half.

Enjoy waiting for you turn by visiting activities and displays by a 
Metro Vancouver Park Interpreter!  Girl Guides will offer refreshments.

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