The Eco-Art Workshop
Churchill Park Clubhouse, 163 Cline Street NorthOpen in Google Maps
The Eco-Art Workshop will consist of two parts:
1. A one-hour outdoor hike led by Erin Mallon, Cootes to Escarpment EcoPark System Stewardship Technician. This hike will take place along the trails in Cootes Paradise to learn about the local ecology and the identification of flora and fauna.
2. The art project and lesson on how to create your own print inspired by nature with the help of Kate Laird, an art teacher and student of fine arts at McMaster University.
Free, all materials will be provided, no experience necessary. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Please email Erin Mallon (email@example.com) to reserve your spot!
Bring sturdy shoes, water and dress for the weather.