September 1, 2015


Arbor Day 2011 "All trees tell a story"

Trees Winnipeg (Coalition to Save the Elms) is presenting our annual Arbor Day, “All Trees Tell a Story” celebration on Saturday May 28th, 2010 at Assiniboine park at the new Children’s Nature & Adventure Playground from 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM. We invite you and your family to spend the day with Winnipeg’s most professional arborists. Whether it’s an exciting, yet effortless, zip-line ride into the upper canopy of a wonderful elm, or a self propelled climb to see how high you can get into one of the oldest and largest trees in the area. Our tree climbing rides are sure to thrill both kids and adults and are said to be one of Winnipeg’s best kept secrets. If climbing is not for you, then view the top of Winnipeg’s tree canopy and skyline from the inside of an aerial bucket. For the less adventurous, there will be children’s crafts and storytelling tents which will be buzzing all day long. Stop by our “Ask an Arborist” booth and get answers to all your tree-related questions from some of Winnipeg’s top tree-care professionals. For a FREE, full day of fun and learning, come out and celebrate Arbor Day and experience how “All Trees Tell a Story”. The Children’s Nature & Adventure Playground is located just east of the Pavilion in the heart of Assiniboine Park. For more information please visit: http://www.assiniboinepark.ca/

Where:

Assiniboine Park Children’s Nature & Adventure Playground

2355 Corydon Ave

927-6060

http://www.assiniboinepark.ca/

When:

Saturday, May 28, 2011 from 10:30 AM to 3:00 PM

What:

Out & About

Neighbourhood:

River Heights

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