There certainly is a lot of hype surrounding ‘mindfulness’ these days—and for good reason with the hustle and bustled of our quick-paced lives. Grey County provides an awe-inspiring array of rich colours, sounds, smells and textures throughout the four seasons to practice mindfulness. Any patch of nature that captures your senses will do, be it the sun’s rays dancing through rustling trees, a warm breeze enveloping you, or an orchestra of crickets in tangled wild flowers.
Join us Saturday June 22nd, 2019 for the 5th annual Jane’s Walks Owen Sound. Prohibition lasted 66 years in Owen Sound, longer than any other city in Canada. Join author Richard Thomas for a walk around Corkscrew City to learn more about the people involved and the lasting impact of prohibition on our community.
The walk departs from outside the Ginger Press at 848 2nd Avenue East at 11:00 a.m. It is free to attend and open to all. Ideas, stories, and thoughts can be shared by all participants during this walking conversation. Walks are at a leisurely pace suitable to most fitness levels. Jane’s Walks typically last about 1.5 – 2 hours in duration, and will occur rain or shine.
More information can be found on the Jane’s Walks website or Owen Sound Jane’s Walks Facebook Page or by contacting Scott Taylor at email@example.com
519-372-0219 ext. 1238