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Mudpuppy Night in Oxford Mills

Friday, January 16, 2015; 7pm. 
Maplewood Hall, Oxford Mills

Discover one of the natural wonders of North Grenville! By popular demand, Sustainable North Grenville once again invites its members and the public to gather at Maplewood Hall in Oxford Mills at 6:45pm for 7pm start.

This popular event begins inside Maplewood, with an entertaining and informative slide show and talk by renowned artist/biologist team Aleta Karstad and Dr. Fred Schueler. Families welcome.

Following the short presentation, participants will head outdoors to a special observation area below the dam to hunt for the giant Salamander known as Mudpuppies. This is a great opportunity to see these fascinating creatures at the only place in Ontario where they can be easily viewed during their winter activity.

Warm, outdoor clothing and rubber boots or waterproof footwear are recommended, as the observation area is along the shore of the creek. A bright flashlight would also be useful.

Admission is free and open to all. A donation jar will be available to offset the cost of renting the hall.

To get to Oxford Mills, follow County Road 18 south from Kemptville. Maplewood Hall is just over the bridge, on the right-hand side, (not far from the Brigadoon Restaurant).

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