On Sunday,September 29th
beginning at 1:00 p.m. why not support the Slocan Valley Heritage Trail
Society’s (SVHTS) at this year’s Fall Colours Ride and
Fundraiser? The event once again begins at the South Slocan Trailhead of the
Slocan Valley Rail Trail and again the theme is ‘Anything with Wheels’ to
highlight the unique 4 km paved section of trail. ‘Wheels’ can
be any non-motorized device including bicycles, trikes, roller blades, long
boards, skate boards, push scooters, in-line skates, wheel chairs,
baby-buggies, cross-training gear and of course walking and running will be
okay. The ride will be from South Slocan to Crescent Valley and back, or as far
as folks want to go.
The fundraiser once again features support from the Dam Restaurant & Bar in South Slocan, who will
be offering a Burger and Bevy special ticket, with a large portion of the funds
coming back to support the volunteers who help keep the Slocan Valley Rail
Trail an essential component of the community. Tickets will be available at the
beginning of the Fall Colours Ride. As well, a special surprise is being organized
for kids at the Frog Peak Cafe where we hear sasquatches have recently been
There will be several fundraising raffle baskets on display at the
Ride start, which entrants can buy tickets on (3 for $5). Everything from
accommodation to meals to the work of local artisans to a wide range of area
based services and goods are among some of the items that are being donated.
Get your tickets at the beginning of the ride and buy a whole bunch to give
yourself a better chance of winning! If you can’t make the event, you can
always get tickets through the Rail Trail website or Facebook page and at the
Dam Restaurant. Also at the beginning of
the Ride, memberships and ball caps will be available. Of course, donations are
After the Ride everyone is invited to the Dam Restaurant to enjoy
a burger and bevy where Sunday afternoons sees the acoustic open stage where the skills of local
musicians are highlighted.
So why not come out
for a ride and experience the newest section of the Rail Trail? Bring the
family and friends and enjoy one of the most scenic Rail Trails in the province.
For more information call 1-888-683-7878 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Dam