An Evening of Night Sounds

Please join us for An Evening of Night Sounds on Saturday, October, 21.

The ability to stay sitting in a semi-wilderness setting as the evening turns from light to dark can be a wonderful meditative exercise. Sitting with a group can be an opportunity to feel natural fears that can limit our connection to the natural world. Come join the Friends of Redtail Society for an evening of reflection. No experience required, all are welcome. Please bring a small folding chair, only a short walk to location. This night sit will be led by board members Billy MacDonald and Joella Arsenault. Rain date Sunday, October, 22.

Please arrive at 6:30 pm

Location: MacBeth road, Elmfield.

Directions: You will travel through the village of Scotsburn, 6km past Scotsburn you will see a sign for Elmfield, turn left. You will travel about 2 km down Elmfield Road. The first dirt road on the right is MacBeth Road. Travel up Macbeth for about 1km. On the Left you will see a green sign with red trim and the new drive way and parking area.



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