Embrace the night for Friday walk

Evening community walk starts and ends at Willows Beach

Watch the moonrise and celebrate May’s “Full Flower Moon” this Friday during the monthly Embrace the Night stroll.

Walkers start and end on the beach-front side of the Kiwanis Tea Room at Willows Beach. An age- and family-friendly initiative of the Community Association of Oak Bay, hour-long Embrace the Night walks happen on or near the full moon.

Friday’s walk will follow the waterfront with a few interesting detours and end back in front of the tea room in time (weather permitting) to see the May Full Flower Moon rise above the colourful fading light to the east.

The tea room will be open at the end of the walk, offering beverages and baked goods by donation. 

Meet at 7 p.m. Friday, May 20, wear comfortable footwear and hope for the best but prepare for worse, weather wise. For more information, visit caob.ca




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