Into The Woods: Walk and Picnic In Stanley Park

Path through the woods

Join Mpowerment YVR on a guided walk of Stanley Park! We'll be exploring the natural and cultural history of the park, with stops at Beaver Lake, the Seawall and Second Beach!

We will meet at the Stanley Park Bus Loop at 1:00pm. Anticipated arrival time at Second Beach is 3:30pm. 

At the end of our walk we'll sit down for a picnic at Second Beach. A light meal and water are suggested.

Expect a 3 to 4 km hike along paved and unpaved paths.

Mpowerment events are planned by and for young gay, bi and queer men, both cis and trans. We invite all guys who like guys and their friends to attend!

WHEN
May 24, 2015 at 1pm - 5pm
WHERE
Stanley Park
Stanley Park Bus Loop
Vancouver, BC
Canada
Google map and directions
22 RSVPS
Rod McLeod Jacquoline Martin Serisa Fitz-James David Mattock Sasha Makhneva Eugen Mihalicka Kemo Leona Tamara Justus Pacheco Sarah Chown Fabian Muljono Andre Azzam Rodney Stehr Nickolas Collinet Steph Parkes Cory Yeung Carlos Mez Kamran Khan Debbie Love Stanley Ru Mathieu Funcity Carven Li & John Mark Li

Will you come?


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