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Earth Day

 Join us in the west end of the Cobourg Ecology Garden to celebrate Earth Day  on April 23rd, 2022 at 1:00 p.m.

Our event will be kicked off by the Sounds of the Next Generation (SONG) children's choir.  They will be followed by a number of guest speakers, including Rev. Michelle Singh, Executive Director of Faith & the Common Good, and Jessica Outram, Métis Writer and Educator.  Rev. Singh will be speaking on "Greening Sacred Spaces" and Ms Outram will do a reading from her poetry book "The Thing With Feathers".

 

  

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We're pleased to announce that Arthur's Pub has partnered with the Cobourg Ecology Gardeners again this year to assist with fundraising in support of the Garden.

Each $25 dinner includes a $10 donation toward the maintenance and enhancement of the Cobourg Ecology Garden. 

Orders are now being taken for take out or dine-in on March 20th.  To enjoy an early taste of Spring, please click on Arthur's Pub at Best Western Plus and select ‘Order Online’.

We thank all our supporters.  Your donations are key to helping Cobourg's haven by the lake grow and evolve.

 

 

 

 

 

How well do you know the Ecology Garden? 

 

Sharpen your pencil and try our Silver Anniversary quiz.

 

Ready for the answers?  Check them out here.

 

 

CEG25 PicJoin us in the west end of the Ecology Garden to help us celebrate a major milestone – 25 years of evolution from a small patch by Hibernia Street to a large natural habitat that encompasses almost half an acre.

Our anniversary event will be opened by Town Crier Mandy Robinson and will feature a number of speakers.  They will be followed by recognition of the designer of the new Silver Garden and the winners of the 25th anniversary poetry contest reading their entries and receiving their prizes.

To wrap up the formal part of the event, Sister Linda Gregg will plant a tree that is being donated by Villa St. Joseph to commemorate the anniversary.  Guests will then be invited to stroll through the Garden and volunteers will be on hand to answer any questions.

Please note:  Covid contact tracing logs will be maintained and masks are recommended.