902-769-2345 • www.baiesaintemarie.ca Clare Activity Guide 2018 25 27. Walk the beach, watch the tide come in (or out) and go beachcombing! 28. Go surfing or kiteboarding! 29. Enjoy birdwatching! At each low tide, a new treasure hunt awaits you, just past grass-covered dunes! Discover  1.5 km of sandy beach and its countless little treasures—driftwood, stones, shells, beach glass and more! An ever-changing tableau painted by seaweed, rocks, tidal pools and marine Clare’s beaches are becoming a surfing destination for locals. Visitors can enjoy watching surfers in drysuits ride the waves, or even bring their own board! Clare is a great place to see birds! Download the list of birds commonly seen here (baiesaintemarie.com/en/birdwatching), and see how many you can observe! Discover 30. Go for a Run! Check the tide tables and lace up your sneakers for a run on the beach at low tide. On June 16th , walk or run the Fog Run, a new event with 5 and 10 km courses on the roads surrounding Mavillette Beach. 3rd ANNUAL FOG RUN 10KM or 5KM RUN • 1KM RUN/WALK Saturday, June 16th, 2018 Mavillette Beach Area FOR MORE INFO OR TO REGISTER VISIT: thefogrun.com All registrations submitted by June 1st are guaranteed a technical shirt & finishers medal Bridgeway Academy is a non-profit school which caters to children with learning disabilities 100% of net proceeds go to Mavillette Beach life! Change houses, toilets, freshwater taps and interpretive panels. ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ Photo : Gilles Maillet Photo : Karel Allard Photo : Aerial Ridge