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Kitimat River Cleanup

In association with the Outdoor Recreation Council of BC, KUTE holds the Kitimat River Cleanup on the last Sunday of September each year to celebrate BC Rivers Day.

What’s the idea?

Join KUTE at Radley Park from 2pm to 4pm for the Kitimat River Cleanup event.

Participants are to wear appropriate clothing and meet at the covered area at Radley Park just before 2pm to check-in and pick your spot.
Everyone will return to the covered area with their “treasures” at 4pm for hot chocolate and home-baked goodies, bring your own mug to cut down on waste.

All are welcome, but children must be properly supervised.

What is BC River’s Day?

BC Rivers Day is a province-wide event, held every year on the last Sunday in September. Established in 1980 and coordinated by the Outdoor Recreation Council (ORC), it has been proclaimed by communities across BC and attracts over 75,000 people to more than 100 events each year. The success of this event in BC has also recently led to the establishment of a “National Rivers Day” – and as part of the UN Water for Life Decade starting in 2005, a new “World Rivers Day” will be celebrated each September.

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