Get Wild, Lunch and Family Fun Event

by Hobbitstee Wildlife Refuge

  • Sunday, 05 May 2019 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (ADT)
  • Ruthven Park and Historical Site 243 Haldimand Hwy. #54, Cayuga, ON N0A 1E0

Ticket Information

Type Price Quantity Subtotal

one adult

$20.00
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2 adults + 2 Children

$60.00
0

Child (12 and under)

$15.00
0
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Overview

Our second annual family fun event will be held on May 5th at the Coach House of Ruthven Park and Historical Site in Cayuga from 1-4pm

Details

Our second annual family fun event will be held on May 5th at the Coach House of Ruthven Park and Historical Site in Cayuga from 1-4pm

The event will be catered by Personalized Catering from Jarvis whom we know will serve us a great meal buffet style. The meal will include 'build your own waffles', quiche/eggs, hash browns, fruit salad, yoghurt parfait and locally made Teel Sausage

There will be games for the kids, a silent auction, a presentation about Hobbitstee, our brand new (soon to be unveiled) project will be available for viewing and visiting. 

Ruthven park itself offers hiking trails amongst the old growth Carolinian Forrest and along the Grand River water front, but also has a Bird Banding Station. For a small fee Ruthven Mansion/museum can be viewed. 

This event sold out last year, so don't hesitate to get your tickets. 

(items for our silent auction are very welcome, please contact chantal@hobbitstee.com if you have an item to donate)

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Ruthven Park and Historical Site
243 Haldimand Hwy. #54, Cayuga, ON N0A 1E0

5 May 2019
Sunday, 5 May 2019 1:00 PM (ADT)

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Hobbitstee Wildlife refuge

About This Charity

It is Hobbitstee's mission to assist sick, orphaned and injured wildlife to return back to their natural habitat and to identify problem areas and put measures in place to prevent said wildlife from being in distress. To educate the general public on how to peacefully coexist with wildlife and to participate and initiate research to improve wildlife rehabilitation and wildlife well being in general. The majority of our volunteer base consists of young offenders, at risk youth and adult offender. We offer them an opportunity for meaningful activities. Activities which impact the environment and the people involved in a positive way