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Explore Spectacular Caledon!

Written by Patti Foley

Let Caledon Public Library help you discover the wonders of Caledon this Fall!

There has never been a better time to discover Caledon and enjoy the spectacular scenery and the many parks and trails that make up our unique community. Caledon Public Library and its partners the Toronto Regional Conservation Authority (TRCA) and Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) and through the generous support of WWF – Canada, have teamed up to provide you with a simple, 4-step plan for enjoying Caledon this fall:

Grab your Caledon Public Library card and visit any one of the library’s 7 branches. In Caledon, you are never more than 15 minutes away from a branch so there is sure to be a branch near you.

Borrow a family pass for free admission to any TRCA or CVC park in Caledon.

Borrow a set of binoculars (adult and/or child glasses) which are now available through a grant supported by WWF – Canada.

Did we mention this service is free with your card?

Almost done.

Before you head out into the great outdoors, pick up a book on birding, hiking wildlife or local history. Hitting one of the 260 km of publicly accessible trails? Pick up your own Explore Caledon trail map. Again, all free!

Now, you’re all set. Go out and explore your community. Walk the trails and enjoy the wonders of nature and man. Get a close-up look at the birds and other wildlife that call Caledon home. Aren’t we lucky to call it home too? Caledon Public Library….for all reasons.

Happy exploring!

About Caledon Public Library
Caledon Public Library has seven branches that serve as the cornerstone to the community. We connect people, information and culture to build and sustain a diverse and vibrant community.

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About the author

Patti Foley

Having spent 25 years in Bolton, Patti remains an advocate for Caledon. As a former Regional Councillor and a long-time community volunteer she is passionate about communicating information about its issues, news, events, people, non-profits and businesses.

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