Monday, December 09, 2013


Cape Breton Island Hoppers

Town and Country Square Dancers

Saturday, Feb 1, 7:00pm

At the

Schooner Club Curling
(Former Radar Base off the Lingan Road)

For a night of curling, card games, square dancing and lots of FUN

$5.00 per person
Snacks and pizza

This is a time for both community groups to get together to have fun and fellowship at the Schooner.

For further information and to sign up, please contact:

 Cal Thistle 902-567-6702

Wednesday, November 20, 2013


A reminder that all CB Island Hoppers are invited to attend the  Annual "End of Season Party"

When: Saturday 23 November 2013
Where: 364 York Street, Glace Bay
Time: 6:00pm 
Hosted by: Ann & Rollie Coombes

Directions: Enter Glace Bay, continue to the end of Reserve Street, at the intersection of Union and Reserve Streets turn right and then left on any of the next side streets to York. - 364 is located at the corner of Byng and York.

This will be a "Pot Luck" affair! Bring one of your favorite hot or cold  food items that you would like to share with the group! Coffee and Tea will be provided.  

The last Group Walk Event for the 2013 season took place on Sunday 17 November. Great weather for walking and a change of scenery as the walk leaders, Joe MacKinnon and Elsie Buck, introduced the club to what may become an alternate route for our Sydney Permanent/Year Round Event using a portion of the new "Open Hearth Park". The new children's playground was immensely popular with the adults! See more photos in the "photo gallery",


Tuesday, November 12, 2013


(A) Guided Walk Event:

Sunday, 17 November @ 2pm, Registration begins @ 1:30pm
Location: 380 Esplanade, Cambridge Suites, Sydney
This is the last Guided Walk Event for the 2013 Schedule.
The walk leaders are planning to develop a 3rd alternate route for the Sydney walk event with the intentions of using parts of the new "OPEN HEARTH PARK". This will prove to be a great new addition to our Sydney YRE.

(B) All Members of the Cape Breton Island Hoppers are cordially invited to attend the:


Host: Ann and Rollie Coombes
Location: 364 York Street, Glace Bay
When: Saturday, 23 November
Time: 6pm

This will be a "pot luck" affair, bring along your favorite dish of food (hot or cold) and/or dessert
Your host will provide Coffee, Tea, punch bowl drinks, variety of breads and rolls.

Not sure what to bring! Call or email the Social Committee Chairperson Dianna MacDonald or Ann Coombes

(C) The Annual General Meeting (AGM) for the CBIH was held on Saturday 9 November at the McConnell Library in Sydney.
The meeting had to be held earlier then what is on the annual schedule of events due to scheduling from the library. Several notices had been published on this website and the club president Elsie Buck passed on the corrected date at several walk events.


(1) The 2014 schedule was presented to the members at the Annual Meeting and over the next few weeks this will be published on the club website under "EVENTS".

For those members who would like a printable copy of the 2014 schedule online please email and I will be happy to send this to you as .pdf 

(2) The Trails Committee, after completing the 2014 walk schedule, are now working on the 2015 events.
This is the backbone of our organization and we are calling upon all members to make an effort to seek out new, to us, trails that you think would be interesting and doable for our Group Walk Events.
If you want new and interesting walk events! We need new members on the Trails Committee who are willing to take the lead in this regard. 
Send us an email or talk to the Walk Committee Chairperson at the upcoming walk events. The club continues to need volunteers to fill positions on all committees. 
I can only tell you from personal experience how satisfying it is to come up with walking programs or special type of events and to ensure they are completed. A thank you from our walk visitors during the Louisbourg and marathon events had been payment enough!

(3) a. The Real Big News from the 2013 Annual General Meeting, Elsie Buck President of CBIH asked to be replaced after 2 years as our president. The presidents position as well as the Vice President, Walk Committee positions, walk registrations, putting up directional signs and many more tasks have been in the MacKinnon - Buck household for the past 6 years, as both Elsie and Joe have shared these duties over the years.
Thank you Elsie for an excellent job - Well done Joe!

b. The Good News for the club, Cal Thistle, one of our founding members and longtime volunteer on walk committees, Guided Walk Leader, and Ways and Means Committee came forward to take over as the 6th President of The Cape Breton Island Hoppers Volkssport Club. Cal brings plenty of experience to the job and it will be a smooth transition for Cal to take over and for Elsie to take up the reins of the Past Presidents job.

c. The Vice Presidents position remains vacant- There should and must be a backup for the club president - Why not You?
 All committees have a chairperson but again your club needs more committed persons to help continue to keep the CBIH Going for the near foreseeable future.

(4) The CVF 2014 Annual General Meeting and Convention will take place in Banff Alberta and details can be found on the CVF website: 

(5) The CVF Winter Walking Program is in effect and details can be found on the CVF website or contact Elsie Buck for local details, plus:

The following message, from CVF Facebook, is from the Vice President of the Canadian Volkssport Federation

Gordon Bell 9:59am Nov 9
November is moving fast, hopefully you all have your Winter Walking Program booklets to get you out walking this winter season. Its on the site under special programs. Just print it, stamp it and when you send it to the CVF office (in April) with a $5.00 cheque you will receive your certificate.

We are Canadian a little cold and snow doesn't stop us from enjoying every season.

See you on the Path ahead.
Gord - Vice President CVF

 "Walking is the first thing an infant wants to do and the last thing an old person wants to give up"
- John Butcher, Founder Walks21, 1999

Thursday, November 07, 2013


Cape Breton Island Hoppers are "Active Living" people, of all abilities and all ages, who enjoy walking in our neighbour hoods, exploring the many walking trails, and other communities of our Island, join us for the:

 Annual General Meeting Saturday, 9 November @3:30 pm - McConnell Library, Sydney
The Membership Chairperson Carmel Coffin will be available to collect Annual Membership fee.
We continue to hold our fees at a very reasonable cost of $15.00/year/person

The 2014 Walk Schedule will be available at the meeting and shortly thereafter it will be published on our website.
New volunteers with new ideas are needed each year to ensure the survival of our organization.
The walk committee needs you to help organize walk events, selects new trails, develop a more diverse schedule of walks; we also need you to organize the Start Points Registration area before and after the walk - Bring some new ideas to the meeting and then help implement those plans for the following years.
 We are going into our 17th year, now lets get planning for another 17 and beyond...

Note: The Canadian Volkssport Federation Winter Walking Program is in effect, please see the club president Elsie Buck for the finer details on this Active Living Program.

Support Our Veterans:

Saturday, 9 November @ 10-10:30 am, corner of Dorchester and George Streets. there is a demonstration/walk of concern in support of Canadian Veterans. The federal government is closing the local Veterans office as well as 8 others across the country! Please join the parade in support of our Veterans.
Come walk for Fun, Fitness and Friendship!
Walk for the health of It!

"Walking is the first thing an infant wants to do and the last thing an old person wants to give up"
- John Butcher, Founder Walks21, 1999

Monday, November 04, 2013



Saturday, 9 November @3:30 pm - McConnell Library, Sydney

The Cape Breton Island Hoppers were out on the Coxheath Nature Trail Sunday, 3 November 2013.

More Photos:

Heading up the Coxheath Hills using the alternate "Start Point"


Thursday, October 24, 2013



Being  a member and guest of the Island Hoppers will ensure you get too see many wonderful places on our island that many other Capers may never experience!

The weather and fall colours along the Piper's Glen Trail on Sunday 20 October proved to be a great day for a walk in the forest in the Scotsville area of the island.
More pictures can be seen in our photo gallery area:

Fall Colors at Piper's Glen

Our walk events in November will bring us closer to the CB Regional area in Coxheath and Sydney:

(1) WALK EVENT - Sunday 3 November at 14:00 Hrs (2:00 pm) we will be on the Coxheath Hills Nature Trails.
The walk will begin at the alternate Start Point near 1330 Coxheath Road

(2) MEETING -  Saturday 9 November @ 15:30 Hrs (3:30 pm ) will be the (AGM) Annual General Meeting to be held at the McConnell Library, 50 Falmouth Street, Sydney, B1P 6X9
These AGM's are important for all members, it is essential that we continue to have new leadership within the association who can ensure the future development of the club; we need to continue with our active lifestyle to be an inspiration to all Cape Bretoner's.

(3) WALK EVENT - Sunday 17 November at 14:00 Hrs (2:00 pm) we will do the Sydney (YRE) Year Round Event using the Baille Ard Trail as our alternate route.
The  Start Point will be 380 Esplanade, Cambridge Suites, Sydney, B1P 1R1

Come out for Fun, Fitness and Friendship!

(4) The Winter Walking Program is now in effect, please contact the club President Elsie Buck for registration programs and details about walking on the island.

Contact Elsie @ 902-562-3117 or email or 

        "Sharing Space seminar"

 Coyotes - Sharing Space

Where: Escape Outdoors 
299 Commercial Street 
North Sydney, NS
When: October 28th 7-8 p.m.

MORE DETAILS: Living with Coyotes
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About Sharing Space: Living with Coyotes

Memorial University in collaboration with Parks Canada has developed a pilot coyote awareness program called Sharing Space: Living with Coyotes. All are welcome to participate in this pilot program.
You will: 
- Gain a better understanding of Cape Breton coyotes 
Learn how to: 
- Keep coyotes out of your yard 
- Feel safe in coyote habitat 
- Protect yourself
Sharing Space is a FREE program that is interactive and fun. Come join us at EO in our community room! Help us strengthen coyote awareness programming.
Space is limited, so reserve your seat by emailing
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Where: Escape Outdoors 
299 Commercial Street 
North Sydney, NS
When:  October 28th  7- 8 pm

Tuesday, October 15, 2013



Clarification on The Guided Walk Event for 20 October; this should have been advertised as Pipers Glen Trail, experience has shown over the years that the trail down to Egypt Falls is not for everyone especially if the weather changes to rain!! BUT don't be scared off, the walk along the Pipers Glen Trail is very enjoyable especially with the fall colours!

The trail down to Egypt Falls is very steep and we suggest you take in the waterfalls one hour before the walk event or after the Guided Walk Event!! weather conditions may also be a factor in visiting the falls

Trail: Pipers Glen/Egypt Falls area

Directions to Start Point: From Hwy 105 take Exit 5, in Whycocomagh near Vi Restaurant, continue north on Rte 252 and then Rte 395 beyond Scottsville to Egypt Road/Pipers Glen Road. CBIH signs will be posted near the intersection to the Start Point.

Start Point: located at the trail-head going into Egypt Falls.

NOTE: The Guided Walk Event will be along the Pipers Glen Rd/Trail through old forest and abandoned  farm areas.

Sunday, Oct 20

Registration: 1:30pm

Walk Time: 2:00pm

(2.) Subject: Fiddlers Expo

 (CB Island Hoppers executive need volunteers to participate in "Active Living Expo" to help promote our club activities and to gain new members) Contact the club President Elsie Buck if you would be interested in volunteering sometime at the Expo!!) SEE INFO BELOW 

From: Colleen Carey, MCIP
Physical Activity Strategy Coordinator
Cape Breton Regional Municipality

Hello everyone! What a lovely day out there! I hope we get this weather on the weekend for the Cape Breton Fiddlers Run!

I want to thank you all for agreeing to be part of the CB Fiddlers Run Healthy Active Living Expo! Set up will take place at Victoria Park after 9 AM this Saturday. The Expo itself begins at 1 PM and runs until 6 PM. If you have any special requirements for set up, please let me know.

We’ll be having our Expo Passport again this year, which means I’m looking for draw prizes! If you have something we can give away, please let me know. I appreciate your support with this!

(3) Coyotes - Sharing Space

Where: Escape Outdoors 
299 Commercial Street 
North Sydney, NS
When: October 28th 7-8 p.m.

MORE DETAILS: Living with Coyotes
EO FB landscape

About Sharing Space: Living with Coyotes

Memorial University in collaboration with Parks Canada has developed a pilot coyote awareness program called Sharing Space: Living with Coyotes. All are welcome to participate in this pilot program.
You will: 
- Gain a better understanding of Cape Breton coyotes 
Learn how to: 
- Keep coyotes out of your yard 
- Feel safe in coyote habitat 
- Protect yourself
Sharing Space is a FREE program that is interactive and fun. Come join us at EO in our community room! Help us strengthen coyote awareness programming.
Space is limited, so reserve your seat by emailing
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Where: Escape Outdoors 
299 Commercial Street 
North Sydney, NS
When: October 28th 7-8 p.m.

Monday, August 19, 2013


A wonderful day for a walk to the top of the mountain at River Deny and the Bornish Hills preservation area.
This great old historical church is the only reminder of the settlement that once thrived upon this mountain! Now only used occasionally and perhaps only once a year! 

More photos in our photo gallery section
10 K turn around point at the top of River Deny's Mountain Sunday 18 August

Thursday, August 15, 2013


Walk Event:

Location: River Deny's Mountain Road/Trail 
From Baddeck continue West on the 105 Hwy towards Melford and then continue 2 K past Exit 3 and the first entrance onto River Denys Road.
The Start Point is located on the right (North) side of the 105 and River Deny's Mountain Road. (Approximate driving distance averaging 90k/hr from Sydney 1 hour 45 minutes, 2 hours from Glace Bay

Sunday, 18 August 2013
Registration 1:30 pm
Walk Time: 2:00 pm
This is a 3B - 10K Event with an optional 5K

The walk event will take place in the Bornish Hill Nature Reserve; it protects a representative of the Skye Hills and Valleys Natural landscape.

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Not Since Moses Walk and Run

The Not Since Moses Run and Walk Event held annually in Five Islands Nova Scotia had a fairly large contingent of CB Island Hoppers for the 2013 Event:

A well groomed and clean group Before the Run across the Bay of Fundy 

Group Photo of the CBIH participants - More pictures of this event can be found in the photo section

Monday, July 15, 2013


Time to get back out on the trail!

Come walk with the CB Island Hoppers on Sunday 21 July @ 2:00 pm

Registration begins @ 1:30 pm

Location: Community of Framboise

Walk Distances: 5 K and 10 K

Rating: 2C

Direction to Start Point:

From Sydney at Exit 7 follow Rte 327 towards Gabarus and then continue right to the Community of Framboise.
After crossing the one-lane bridge in Framboise there will be "CBIH Walk Signs" pointing to the left onto Crooked Lake Road [B1K 1Z9] continue to the Start Point.

Walk Leader: Rollie Coombes, 902-849-0747 or e-mail 

Due to the weather conditions we suggest extra water/fluids for this and all walk events, also insect repellent, a wide brim hat, and sunscreen for your protection

Friday, June 21, 2013


The CB Island Hoppers Walk Committee is in the process of developing the 2014 schedule of Walk Events.

Do you have a favorite trail you want to have on the schedule for next year?

Do you have a suggestion for a new area/trail that we can walk?

Remember, the trail or the area you select must meet the criteria of 10k or more to meet the standards of the Canadian Volkssport Federation. The walk event can be divided up into 5 k segments to allow for the new shorter distances as approved by the CVF.
Your club needs more "Walk Leaders"! Over the past 16 years we have  relied to heavily on the same persons each year to fill this function! The more seasoned walk leaders are there to help if you want to take on this challenging adventure!

Come help out, and spice up our walk program!

Due to the extensive walk program we have had for 2013 such as Louisbourg300 and the 42K Marathon in September we will have a very simple but varied walk program for the 2014 season. This will allow the mainland volkssport clubs to do the marathon, bus tours and 25th anniversary celebrations for the Central Nova Club.

“Walking is the first thing an infant wants to do and the last thing an old person wants to give up.
Walking is the exercise that does not need a gym.
It is the prescription without medicine, the weight control without diet, and the cosmetic that can’t be found in a chemist.
It is the tranquilizer without a pill, the therapy without a psychoanalyst, and the holiday that does not cost a penny.
What’s more, it does not pollute, consumes few natural resources and is highly efficient.
Walking is convenient, it needs no special equipment, is self-regulating and inherently safe.
Walking is as natural as breathing”

John Butcher, Founder Walk21, 1999

West Mabou Beach and Trails Sunday, 16 - 06 -2013

Tuesday, June 11, 2013


The Long term weather forecast for the upcoming weekend is looking good for our next walking adventure!

West Mabou Beach and Trails - Sunday 16 June

The West Mabou Trails are located off Hwy 19, southwest of the Village of Mabou on the Colindale Road Continue on the Colindale Road for approx. 7 K to Beach Road and continue to the end of this road at the picnic area that is our Start Point for this walk event.

Click on the link below for further details:

A great area to have a picnic lunch before  the walk and you could possibly pick up something to nibble on  at the Mabou Farmers Market from 11-2 every Sunday from 11 - 2!

Click on the link below for further details

Wednesday, May 29, 2013



Time to start walking for Fun and Fitness and meet new and old Friends on the trail.....

The Cape Breton Island Hoppers Volkssport Club will be hosting a "National Trails Day" walk in Battery Park and the St Peters Rail Trail, St Peters, Richmond County.
Sunday 02 June, Registration begins at 1:30 pm and the walk Starts at 2:00 pm.
Participants have a choice of 5 KM or 10 Km
Walk Leaders for this event: Barb and Cal Thistle

Start/Finish Point: St Peters Battery Park, B0E 3B0, located off Hwy #4 on the left just before the Canal Bridge and traffic Lights, when coming from Sydney or if coming from Port Hawkesbury area turn right immediately after the Canal Bridge

For additional details go to the link below:

Depending on weather conditions we are encouraging members to come earlier then the posted times and enjoy your own picnic lunch in this very nice scenic park overlooking the Canal and St Peters Bay.

Additional walk events this month:

West Mabou Beach/Trails Sunday 16 June

Louisbourg300 Walk Events, pre registration is required for some of the following events, please go to the website for further details or contact us for a brochure and registration form as soon as possible:

28 June - Lighthouse Walk
29 June Gooseberry/Wild Cove
30 June Louisbourg300 Fortress Walk
30 June Lighthouse/Coastal Trail
01 July Kennington Cove

Friday, May 24, 2013


May 26 Walk Event in Glace Bay, a total of 17 participants and a grand total of 145 KM or 181,250 steps!
CB Island Hoppers are now registered with the Heart and Stroke Foundation's walkabout program. For more details go to the website below:

The Cape Breton Island Hoppers Volkssport Club will be hosting a  Group Guided Walk Event throughout the Community of Glace Bay for people of all ages and all abilities just for the Fun of It!

The Walk will go by the Savoy Theatre, where "Les Miserables" is currently playing, and along Renwick Brook and Queen Elizabeth Parks.

The walking trail will continue out along the coast, Glace Bay Harbour and to the Miner's Museum.

Come out and explore Glace Bay for Fun, Fitness and Friendship!

The Glace Bay Walk Event is registered with the Canadian Volkssport Federation as a Seasonal Walk Event.
Walk instructions and details are available at the Gas Bar if you would like to do this event at any other time through out the summer and fall of 2013

WHEN: Sunday, 26 May

WHERE: 99 Reserve Street, CO-OP Gas Bar B1A 4W3

REGISTRATION: Will begin at 1:30 PM in the large parking lot to the right of the gas bar

WALK DISTANCE(s): Select a 10 K (Approximately 2 Hours) or and optional 5 K ( Approximately 1 hour)

TRAIL RATING: 2B as rated with the CVF, moderate easy walk with mostly well groomed trails and few steep inclines.

Come Walk For The Health Of It!

For further information please contact Rollie at or 902-849-0747 

Saturday, May 18, 2013


National Walking Weekend  for the Canadian Volkssport Federation (CVF) 18- 20 May  2013, in addition to our annual walking weekend event, we will be co-hosting a "Walk for Wildlife" event for the Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF).

The club President Elsie Buck will have brochures and other information available from the Wild Life Federation.

The Cape Breton Island Hoppers will host one walk this weekend on Monday 20 May

Registration begins at 1:30

Guided Group  Walk starts at 2:00pm

Walk Leader is Shirley Pettigrew

Walk Distance(s) choice of 5K or 10K

Walk Rating as per CVF regulations is 1B (well groomed trails and very little inclines/hills)

Start Point is Mira Provincial Park, 439 Brickyard Road, Albert Bridge B1K 2R9 

Come join The CB Island Hoppers for an afternoon of "walking for the fun of it!"

Wednesday, May 08, 2013


The CB Island Hoppers Volkssport Club have planned a 5K and/or 10K walk event in the Village of Baddeck on Sunday 12 May.

Walk event will take us through the Villages, along the boardwalk, the Alexander Graham Bell Museum grounds with lovely views of Baddeck Bay and Kidston Island and the lighthouse.

Meet at the Tourist Information Office parking lot located on Chebucto Street and across the street from the Telegraph House, that is normally the Start Point for our Year Round/Permanent Walk Event 

Registration begins at 1:30pm

Walk Start Time is 2:00pm 

This should be a great day to plan a  lunch and or dinner at the many restaurants in Baddeck; we strongly suggest making reservations at the restaurant of your choice as Mother's Day is a popular time for family outings on this very special day.

Come on out and have a great walking experience!

Tuesday, May 07, 2013


Daffodils begin to appear on the Green Links Trail


On The Esplanade:
Register for Prizes and a 10 or 20 minute walk
Come on out and join the CBIH Club president Elsie Buck and our past president Joe MacKinnon as they lead these walkabout sponsored by the Heart And Stroke Foundation.
Walk will begin noon hour, at the Round Room in the Civic Centre on the Esplanade.

Green Links Trail:
After the walks above Elsie and Joe will meetup with more enthusiastic walkers at  1:15 and step off at 1:30pm
Meet at St Anthony Daniels Church parking lot off Alexander Street.
Take a stroll through the Green Links Trail that is now becoming a part of the Active Transportation walking trails within CBRM. Note the many new changes along this trail, park benches, well groomed gravel trail suitable for walking, jogging, bicycles and or families with strollers.

Friday, May 03, 2013


Subject: Cambridge Suites Sydney - Special Rate

From: Erin Gerrow, Sales Associate, Cambridge Suites, Sydney
 I have taken a look at a rate for the Louisbourg 300 walking event on June 29 – 30th.  Please find the details below:
 Discounted rate available to those travelling for the event:
 $139.00 plus tax per night, single/double occupancy
 Rate is for a one bedroom suite, with separate bedroom and living room area, kitchenette, pullout sofa, microwave, mini fridge, and many more comforts of home.
 The rate includes: complimentary breakfast buffet, Wi-Fi, local calling, on site fitness centre with whirlpool, sauna, and spa pool.  We are located directly on the Sydney Waterfront with access to the boardwalk.
 Overnight parking in our secure gated parking lot is $7.00 plus tax per night. 
 If you have any questions, please let me know. 
 I look forward to working with your group!
 Thanks again,
Sales Associate
direct 902.564.4517 fax 902.564.6011

Cambridge Suites Hotel
380 Esplanade, Sydney, Nova Scotia B1P 1B1 

Let's go for a walk:
Registration: 1:30 pm
Walk Start Time: 2:00 pm
Start/Finish: 380 Esplanade Sydney, Cambridge Suites
Distance(s) 5 and 10K walk events
Go to Events Calendar for further information:


Canadian Volkssport Federation – Distance and Event Books

From Michelle Bell, CVF Executive Assistant

Please be advised that our awards Coordinator, Marion Boom will not be processing any books between May 26th and July 2, 2013.
Do not send any books to Marion at her Trenton address please. Continue to send them to the CVF Office and I will pass them to Marion Boom who is our new Awards Coordinator for the CVF.

CVF Office Address:
IVV/CVF Awards
PO Box 2668, Station “D”
Ottawa, ON K1P 5W7

AFTER July 2, 2013 books may be sent directly to Marion at the following address:

Marion Boom
CVF Awards Coordinator
42 Bellingham Crescent
Ottawa, ON K2K 2T7

Thanks for your cooperation.
Michele Bell,
CVF Executive Assistant

Happiness is.......walking with friends!

Tuesday, April 30, 2013


The Cape Breton Island Hoppers Volkssport Club has been invited to attend two Wellness Fairs in June so that we can promote our walking activity and to promote an active life style here in Cape Breton.

The first event is a wellness clinic at Victoria Park, 04 June 2013, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm.

The Cape Breton Regional Municipality has invited us to attend their Wellness Fair at Centre 200.

The Fair is Wed. 05 June 2013, noon to 5:00 pm.

This is a great opportunity to help your club and to meet potential new members.

We will also be able to present our new promotional banner and logo at these events and if you have not seen the banner then at least drop into one of the fairs to check it out

Elsie and Joe have been attending various function across Cape Breton and the CBRM area including the Farmer's Market to promote walking for Fun with the Island Hoppers!

How about taking a few minutes or an hour or so to help out so that we can keep our walking activity going on the island for another 16 or more years!

We need volunteers for these events.

Contact Elsie at  or call 562-3117

The more the merrier!

Elsie Buck, President CBIH

Let's go for a walk:
Registration: 1:30 pm
Walk Start Time: 2:00 pm
Start/Finish: 380 Esplanade Sydney, Cambridge Suites
Distance(s) 5 and 10K walk events
Go to Events Calendar for further information: