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Parks and Recreation Offers Signs of Spring Walk

If you’ve had enough of winter, and spring can’t come a moment too soon, join naturalist Tom Parlapiano on a nature walk around Great Hollow Lake on Saturday, March 15.  Using a variety of our senses, we will explore the woods, the water and the sky looking for signs that spring is just around the corner.  These may include early-blooming flowers, creepy crawly critters, singing birds, tracks of animals emerging from hibernation and even swelling tree buds.  These signs have helped shake off the winter blues for generations of New Englanders, and they may work for you too.  

Ages six and older welcome with an adult.  Dress for the weather.  Rain or heavy snow will cancel this activity.   Meet at the Concert picnic area of Wolfe Park Saturday, March 15.  Time:  10-11:45 am.  Fee:  $5 per family. 

Registration is on-line at monroerec.org.  When registering for this program, you only need to register one family member and indicate in question area how many members are going in your group.

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