Delta Nature Reserve – 10389 Nordel Court Join us on April 28th for our annual Earth Day Pilgrimage Walk to Burns Bog! Performers sing, drum, and dance as we walk through
Delta Nature Reserve – 10389 Nordel Court
Join us on April 28th for our annual Earth Day Pilgrimage Walk to Burns Bog! Performers sing, drum, and dance as we walk through the Delta Nature Reserve. Recharge your spirits while surrounded by nature and good company. Join us in appreciating this natural green space in your community!
This year, our keynote speaker is Abhayjeet Singh Sachal, activist and co-founder of Break the Divide!
Performances include poetry from Celeste Ramsey and music from Aline LaFlamme and the Daughters of the Drum, and Susan Summers and the Sacred Web Singers.
Bring your friends and family to this free outdoor event and encourage them to step into nature!
HOW TO GET TO BURNS BOG DELTA NATURE RESERVE
ESTIMATED DRIVING TIME FROM VANCOUVER
The trails by Burns Bog are located on the borders of Surrey and Delta, near the Planet Ice facility. From Vancouver, drive south along Knight Street and cross the Knight Street Bridge. Shortly after the bridge, take the exit with the sign BC-91 East to Delta, Surrey. This exit will merge with a highway heading eastbound known as the East West Connector.
Continue diving along the highway and keep left towards Delta and Surrey as the road forks. Cross the Alex Fraser Bridge and take the River Road exit immediately after the bridge. Merge to the right onto Nordel Way and drive a short distance before turning right at the traffic lights for Nordel Court. Drive straight to the end of the street, driving underneath the highway overpass and into the Planet Ice parking lot. The trail begins at the far end of the parking lot.
(Sunday) 1:30 am - 4:00 pm