Join us for the 5th annual Sunny Days for Conservation
with great music and delicious food, for a good cause.
We support children's outdoor education and accessible outdoor recreation in Durham Region.
2014 funding will contribute to the costs of renovation of the building to make it more energy and water efficient and reduce the impact of its use.
Design changes will ensure that everyone has access to Claremont's important outdoor education programs and public trails.
We envision a facility where those who experience mobility, vision, auditory or other challenges, can take full advantage of all the benefits Claremont can offer.
This year, one of Canada's best loved bands for over 40 years, Lighthouse, performed.
Lighthouse also performed in 2010 at the inaugural Sunny Days for Conservation and lent us the name of their most well-known song for our event. We were excited to have them back for our 5th anniversary!
CTV News Toronto Anchor Ken Shaw was our Master of Ceremonies for the evening.
See local media coverage of the 2014 event: Ajax Snap