'Cycling the Katy Trail'

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'Cycling the Katy Trail'

Post  Dontfollowme on Sun Nov 11, 2012 7:26 pm

For those of you in the South Okanagan you may want to head to the Penticton Museum on Tuesday to get the take on cycling advocate Craig Henderson on Missouri's Katy Trail.

http://www.bikekatytrail.com/

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'Cycling the Katy Trail'

Brown Bag Lecture for November 13th, 2012

The Penticton Museum will be hosting yet another of our popular Brown Bag Lectures on Tuesday, November 13th from noon - 1pm. For those wanting to spice up their lunch hour with interesting presentations and discussions on a variety of heritage and culture topics, they are encouraged to come to the museum/library auditorium and enjoy some great brain food.

Presentations are in the museum auditorium (785 Main St) and include coffee, tea and confections. Admission is by donation. Brown Bag lectures are held every Tuesday noon-1pm.


Admission is by donation.

Suggested donation is $2 per adult, $1 for youth/children.

Tuesday November 13th, 2012

Topic: 'Cycling the Katy Trail'

Time: Noon - 1 PM

Speaker: Craig Henderson

Here in Penticton, we are blessed with a scenic rail trail that takes visitors and locals past our vineyards and pastoral landscapes. Local cycling advocate Craig Henderson recently travelled to Missouri to bike 240 miles on the oldest and longest rail trail in the USA. The Katy Trail passes by a wine growing region dating from the mid-1800s, and follows the wide and muddy Missouri River along historic routes of Daniel Boone and Lewis and Clark.

If you require any further information or have questions about the lecture series, please do not hesitate to contact the Penticton Museum at (250) 490- 2454 or email: peter.ord@penticton.ca
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