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June 12 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
riverMOUTH brings spoken word, song, music & soundscape to the lower Cobechenonk / Humber River with guided walks and live performances. riverMOUTH is inspired by water and our desire to nurture sustainable, life-giving connection to the planet. Urbanvessel’s series of guided walks and live performances mix song, spoken word, music, personal reflection and science. The riverMOUTH geo-tagged audio app launching mid-summer will allow listeners to stroll and experience the park in their own time — or even explore content from home.
Saturday and Sunday June 11 & 12: 9-10:30am
Meeting point: Stephen Drive and Cloverhill
Biologist Clement Kent and avian ecologist Gail Fraser lead a leisurely nature walk sharing insights into the flying, fluttering, swimming, swooping, creeping and crawling creatures who inhabit the river valley. Rain or shine.
Saturday and Sunday June 11 & 12: 11am-12:30pm
Meeting point: Sheldon Lookout / Humber Pedestrian Bridge
Architect Christie Pearson follows the river north from the iconic Humber River Pedestrian Bicycle Bridge, under the roar of the lakeside highways and railways, past the industrial hum of the sewage treatment plant, to the modernist Oculus Pavilion, an elegant relic of architectural futurism. Rain or shine.