Laura Secord Walk – 2019 in Support of War Child Canada

Walk  takes place on Saturday, June 22nd, 2019 in Niagara, Ontario

“This is an appropriate way to honour Laura Secord’s legacy and bravery. This year, let’s follow in her footsteps to raise awareness and opportunities for women and children who are victims of war.”                                                                                                              – Valerie Pringle, FLS Honourary Chair / Ontario Chair, Trans Canada Trail Foundation Board

An Invite to You from Friends of Laura Secord

Posted June 18th, 2019 on Niagara At Large

Niagara, Ontario – Each year in June, the Friends of Laura Secord host the Laura Secord Walk along the Laura Secord Legacy Trail from Queenston to Thorold (in Niagara, Ontario).

It’s an annual event that recreates her heroic 32 km journey to warn the British of an impending American invasion. Since its inception, thousands of people have walked all or part of the trail to commemorate her legacy. 

his year, we plan to make Laura’s walk even more meaningful. The Laura Secord Walk 2019 will support War Child Canada in their efforts to help thousands of women and children in war-affected areas, through the generational impacts of education, training, and justice.

For much more information on this year’s Laura Secord Walk and how you can support it or register to participate in it, click on – –

The Laura Secord Homestead in Queenston in Niagara-on-the-Lake is cared for and open for the public on Niagara Parks lands. For details on admission and visiting hours, click on – .

For some information on an orchestral celebration of Laura Secord, making a stop in Niagara soon, click on – file:///C:/Users/owner/Desktop/Windsor’s%20Orchestra%20Breva%20celebrates%20the%20heroism%20of%20Laura%20Secord%20-%20The%20Globe%20and%20Mail.pdf .

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