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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.
Annick Rousseau: Hiking with Donkeys Info Session - Lyndhurst Art & Culture Tour
Date and time
Furnace Falls Park
Directions: In the Park beside the bridge.
Offered in English, French, and Spanish.
Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.
With over 20 years of raising and training donkeys, Annick Rousseau, owner of Berry Homestead Farm will be giving an interactive information session about the traditional way of traveling with donkeys. Are hiking & camping on the Cataraqui Trails to Ottawa or Compostelle trail in Europe on your bucket list? A donkey could be your travel companion and carry your camping supplies.
During the summer, from her farm outside Lyndhurst, Annick welcomes visitors from all over the world to come to meet the donkeys and learn about their lifestyle and sells her donkey milk soap and other products at local farmers markets.
During the tour, come and meet a donkey, enjoy the presentation and check out the range of donkey milk soaps that Annick crafts using all natural products.
Lyndhurst Rejuvenation Committee
The Lyndhurst Rejuvenation Committee is a volunteer group passionate about Lyndhurst & area. We organize and promote events as well as fund raise for community improvements. Lyndhurst & area is home to a wide variety of extremely talented artists and artisans. Our goal is to promote our village as a welcoming hub for the arts.
This event is part of a hub:
The self guided tour invites visitors to come spend the day in Lyndhurst & Area enjoying local artistic talent and hospitality. At locations in and around the historic village of Lyndhurst participants will be able to visit various fine art...