On a cool and a sunny Saturday afternoon, the Lake Wabukayne Stewardship Committee hosted it’s annual community BBQ at the lake.
A centrepiece of community spirit in south Meadowvale, the annual event attracts hundreds of local residents and visitors from all over Mississauga who want to learn more about the natural habitat surrounding the lake, meet the different community organizations that are involved in protecting the natural habitat of the community and have a fun day.
As both a Co-Chair of the Lake Wabukayne Stewardship Committee and a member of the Rotary Club of Mississauga-Meadowvale, I have been involved with this project since its beginning almost 10 years ago.
Events and Attractions
Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Mississauga-Meadowvale, The Peel Police Services Board and The City of Mississauga, this year’s event included a number of events including:
Free BBQ and Popcorn
Guided train tours around the Lake educating riders about the biodiversity of the lake
A Moccasin Project to raise awareness and support for Aboriginal families
Children’s face painting
Free bird house building
Community group displays
I wanted to give special thanks to all of our sponsors for making this year’s event the best one yet and I look forward to next year!
For more information Visit www.wabukayne.com or check out my article on the major projects at Lake Wabukayne.