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Hungry Hollow SNAP Neighbourhood Walk n’ Talk

Saturday, October 26, 2019

10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Harrison Public School , Georgetown (View Map)


Credit Valley Conservation and the Town of Halton Hills invite you to learn more about an exciting new project coming to your neighbourhood – Hungry Hollow Sustainable Neighbourhood Action Plan (SNAP)!

We’re working with local residents and community groups to help make Hungry Hollow and the Delrex neighbourhood more resilient to climate change.

Join CVC and Town staff for an informative walking tour of the Delrex-Cedarvale park area and learn about Hungry Hollow.
Share what you love about your neighbourhood and your ideas for improvements.

Event runs rain or shine. Wear appropriate footwear. Bring a water bottle.

Registration is required.

Please share this invite with your neighbours and friends!

Fill out a short Hungry Hollow SNAP project survey and enter for a chance to win a prize:

Don’t miss the *Hungry Hollow SNAP Open House* on Thursday, November 7. Learn more and register here! 

Contact: Andrea Morrone at 905 670 1615 x 436 or

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