Starry Night

Starry, starry stroll

Delta Parks holding nature walk at Deas Island Regional Park on Saturday evening.

Explore nature by starlight and lanterns at Starry Night this Saturday.

The free event takes place Aug. 15 from 7:30-10 p.m. at Deas Island Regional Park, 6301 River Road.

Drum in the park, visit discovery stations and listen to the night’s sounds.

Start your walk between 7:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. and allow for one hour to complete the route.

The event is stroller-accessible and a cash-only concession will be provided by the Girl Guides of Canada.

Dress appropriately for the weather and trails, and bring a flashlight and your own mug for hot chocolate.

Starry Night is presented in partnership with Metro Vancouver and Delta Parks, Recreation and Culture.

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