Gibsons historical walking tour resumes July 4

After cancelling all April, May and June tours, the Gibsons Historical Walking Tour will commence its sixth season on Saturday, July 4.

In order to adhere to all provincial and health and safety guidelines, there will be a different twist for next month’s tours.

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The maximum number of people allowed for the walk will be six. So as not to exceed that number, please call tour guide Dale Peterson at 604-886-1424. The first calls that reach six people will be called back to confirm their booking. The tours are 100 per cent outdoors and there are no confined spaces.

The July 4 tour will commence at 10 a.m. at Pioneer Park and last about 90 minutes. It will still be by donation.

Other July dates are July 12 and 25.

“Whether you are new to the Coast or have lived here 40 years,” Peterson said, “let me help you learn just how rich and diverse our history is and how certain people and events not only changed Gibsons and the Coast but even Canada’s social and political history.”

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