Ride for the Rouge — 27th Annual

Sat May 23, 2020, Toronto / Scarborough, ON

Tell your family and friends and start getting your pledge forms ready. The 27th Annual Ride for the Rouge takes place on Saturday May 23, 2020.

The Ride (and Hike) for the Rouge is our annual 25 km or 50 km ride and 4.5 km hike fundraising event. This event provides supporters of the Rouge Valley Conservation Centre & the Rouge watershed the opportunity to meet other members of the community, to enjoy the Rouge hiking trails and surrounding area and to raise funds to support the programs and services offered at the Rouge Valley Conservation Centre, including raising awareness and understanding of the local environment, environmental programs for school and community groups, day camps and weekend programs for children and youth, special events for the community and ecological monitoring and research.

The Ride and Hike start and finish at the Rouge Valley Conservation Centre located at 1749 Meadowvale Road, near the Toronto Zoo. Entertainment, food and prizes will be provided to participants and pledge collectors.

Please visit www.rvcc.ca or email events (at) rvcc.ca for full details on registration, fundraising and more!


For more information:

Contact Name: Rouge Valley Conservation Centre
Website: http://www.rvcc.ca/Ride_for_the_Rouge.html
Phone: 416-282-8265
E-mail: events (at) rvcc.ca


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