Archive for May 16th, 2015


Today, Saturday May 16th, 2015 

9am till all  the pies are gone!

Cherry Valley Town Hall

imagesCome support all the wonderful things these lovely ladies do!

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The Annual Warings Creek Spring Sale of Native Trees
Saturday May 16,  8am – 1pm
352 County Road 10
Corner of Ridge Road
A number of Carolinian species will be included in this year’s sale, such as Ohio Buckeye, Persimmon, Blue Ash and Tulip tree.
Many trees that grow locally: White oak, White pine, Bur oak, White birch, Basswood, Sugar maple and Bitternut hickory.
This year a larger selection of bushes and smaller trees will also be available.
Most trees sell for $10.
  Proceeds from this Spring’s Sale of Native Trees will be used to replace culverts along the Waring’s Creek.
Waring’s Creek Improvement Association (WCIA) is a community-based group of citizens, mainly residents of Prince Edward County, who are engaged in the rehabilitation and preservation of Waring’s Creek.  Waring’s Creek is a typical, southern Ontario sandplain stream, with low flows and relatively high nutrient levels, capable of supporting eastern brook trout populations. Waring’s Creek drains its watershed into West Lake, a small body of water formed when the Sandbanks, one of the outstanding freshwater shoreline features of eastern North America, surrounded and captured several acres of Lake Ontario.

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