WEYBURN - The City of Weyburn will be hosting its annual Tatagwa Tree Day event Saturday, Aug 6, to plant approximately 135 coniferous and deciduous trees.
Please include all contact information and number of participants in your party. The deadline to register is Aug. 3 or once all spots are filled.
The Tatagwa Tree Day event is funded by Sask Lotteries and by the Association of Saskatchewan Urban Parks and Conservation Agencies.
The event will kick off at 9 a.m. and will be located just off of Highway 39, straight north of River Park and Souris River along the Signal Hill Trail walking path.
Parking will be available just off the highway near the river, a barbecue and refreshments will be provided, and prizes will be available to be won.
The Tatagwa Parkway is 180 acres of urban conservation park adjacent to the Souris River and meanders through the city.
Tatagwa Tree Day promotes the benefits of trees within the community, which include environmental, aesthetic, economic and social advantages.
Everyone of all ages is encouraged to register.
For more information, contact parks manager Curtis Block at firstname.lastname@example.org.