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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Anishnaabe Relationships to the Natural World

Indigenous Nature & outdoors
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Glen Williams Park

Halton Hills, ON



Offered in English.


This indigenous trail walk will focus on historical and temporal relationships to the natural world. This walk is part of the Credit Valley Trail "First Steps along the Path event", one of many walks guests can choose to partake in.

Please note that the tour route includes some stairs, steep inclines, narrow pathways and uneven ground. Space in all trail walks is also limited due to ensure a good experience for all. Guests only have to register once for all activities.

To register, follow the registration link below.



Kim Wheatly on behalf of the Indigenous Roundtable of the Credit Valley Trail

Together, representatives from the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, the Six Nations of the Grand River, the Huron-Wendat First Nation, the Credit River Metis Council and the Sacred Water Circle in Peterborough provide leadership and guidance to the CVT, sharing their culture, traditions, history and aspirations.


This event is part of a hub:

Credit Valley Trail “First Steps along the Path" Celebration

Town of Halton Hills in coordination with Credit Valley Conservation and Partners Halton Hills, ON

Join us Friday September 27, from 3:30 - 7:00 p.m. for a special Culture Days kick-off event in Glen Williams Park. Co-hosted by Credit Valley Conservation, the Town of Halton Hills and Credit Valley Trail Partners, this event will open Cul...