Annual General Meeting

Walter's Falls

Sunday, September 15, 1:30 pm

Come out and hear what your Club has been up to all year!

You can also socialize, visit, hike, and dine with your fellow Sydenham Club members!


  • Meet at the Walter’s Falls Community Center by 1:30 pm. Hikes will begin by 1:45. Two options:
    • Walter’s Falls loop hike, led by Peter Harris
    • History hike around the village, led by Sandra Howe
  • Business meeting in the Community Center right after the hikes, approx. 4:00 pm.
  • Potluck supper, about 5:30 p.m. Please bring a salad, casserole, or desserts (more salads and casseroles, less desserts). Please also bring your own plates, cups, and cutlery. And any extension cords or power bars you may need for your crock pots, etc. and serving utensils for your dish.

Please come and join us! Open to all Sydenham Club members!

Bruce Trail Day

Kemble Rock Nature Reserve

Sunday, October 6, 1:30 pm

Bruce Trail Day is an annual event to celebrate the Bruce Trail. We invite the general public to join us, and learn more about the Bruce Trail!

The Sydenham Club event this year will be held at our Kemble Rock and Kemble Wetland Nature Reserves. Choose from a variety of different hikes, to explore the beautiful natural features of this land, including the "Escarpment" area, as well as the "wetland" area.

Hikes will start at 1:30 pm.

Meet at the corner of Cole’s Sideroad and Taylor Sideroad (near Kemble). Map 34 in the BTC Guidebook.

Bring your family and friends, especially those who are not yet members, and learn about our year-round hiking programs, trail maintenance opportunities, and what we are doing to establish a conservation corridor from Niagara to Tobermory.

Film Screenings and Brunch Fundraiser

Sunday, October 20, 11:00 am & 2:00 pm

This Fundraiser event is hosted by Caledon Hills Bruce Trail Club, in support of the BTC.

The Woman Who Loves Giraffes” – 11:00 a.m.

Jane” (a documentary about Jane Goodall) – 2:00 p.m.

Both film screenings will be prefaced by a brief presentation by Michael McDonald, BTC CEO, highlighting precious lands preserved and species at risk protected by the Bruce Trail Conservancy and its volunteers.

Check the Caledon Hills website under their ‘Events’ for further details and registration information.