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Hiking Tour Travelogue

Prairie Pathfinder Walking Club on a journey of discovery to the beautiful rolling prairie of southwest Saskatchewan. Highlights include short hikes at the Cypress Hills, Eastend, Grasslands National Park and Lake Diefenbaker. Learn more about our Aug. 6-10 'Bus Off & Take A Hike' adventure with our travelogue at 7:30 p.m. on Wed, April 10 at St Paul's Anglican Church Hall, 830 North Drive. Everyone welcome. Pre-registration is encouraged -- email Wendy Wilson at prairiepathfinders@shaw.ca or leave message @ 204.774-0190.

Summer hiking

Skyline Hikers of the Canadian Rockies offers one-week camps during July and August. Come to a presentation about Skyline and learn about this summer's camp on Thurs. April 11 at 6:30 p.m. at the St. James-Assiniboia Public Library, 1910 Portage Ave. Contact Rosemary McVicar 204.832-7998 or ramcvicar@mts.net for more information.

New Zealand/Australia

Cruise Vacations on Portage Avenue will hold an information evening on a 27-day escorted New Zealand and Australia cruise tour with Celebrity, taking place in March 2014, Thursday, April 11 at 7 p.m. at 1941 Portage Avenue. RSVP to 204-954-2095 or email jim@cruise-vacations.ca.

Cruises

Vicky Lubyk of Cruise Strategies and Amazing Cruises and Safaris will hold a presentation about A-Rosa River Cruises, Paul Gauguin, Windstar and Silversea Cruises. April 17, 7 p.m. at the Hilton Hotel, 1800 Wellington Ave. RSVP to 204-989-8800 or e-mail john@amazingruisesandsafaris.com

Fehr-Way Tours

Fehr-Way Tours will be hosting an informative evening presentation on their Yellowstone & Black Hills Tour, Amish Tour, and Locks, Falls and Dells Tour on April 18. Contact Fehr-Way Tours at 204.989-7011 to sign up for this great evening.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 6, 2013 D2

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