Join the fun and celebrate the annual Humber Frog Race! Watch teams try to win the coveted event, and enter your own Frog and compete along the Humber River. This charity drive helps support the Wallace House and Woodbridge Agricultural Society.
The event will began with an interpretive walk along the river, learning about some of the natural history of the area. Following the walk, gather at the Woodbridge Avenue bridge to watch over 1500 plastic frogs pour over the railing, and into the river below. An intense floating down the river competition follows, and first frogs crossing the finish line at the Highway 7 bridge win!
For more information, contact Jamie Maynard at 905-851-0690 or email@example.com
WALK BEGINS AT HISTORIC WALLACE HOUSE AT 1:00PM
FROG RACE STARTS AT 3:00 PM
WHAT: River Walk followed by the Frog Race
WHERE: The Wallace House & Woodbridge Avenue Bridge (137 Woodbridge Ave.)
TIME: 1:00 pm - Activities Start + 3:00 pm - Frog Race
MORE: Come visit the LIVE TURTLES display at the Wallace House, PLUS enjoy a BBQ, do some CRAFTS and learn about the Humber River! New this year, the Woodbridge Library will have nature displays and scavenger hunt!
ROTARY FROG RACE
The Rotary Club of Woodbridge has been holding the Humber Frog Race for over 20 years. In that time, they have raised almost $50,000 for various charities.
Funds raised this year will support the Toronto Power Wheelchair Hockey League.