Saturday, June 2
HIKE: Trails Day hike to lesser known areas
Take part in the fun of Connecticut Trails Day right in your own community! Join the Greenwich Land Trust (GLT) and Audubon Greenwich (AG) on Saturday, June 2nd for a beautiful three-mile hike through protected open spaces of northern Greenwich. The hike will span a variety of habitats, including a red maple swamp, meadows, a lake, and hillside forests. Visitors will hike some of the highest terrain in Greenwich and experience an array of birds and wildlife. A guided hike will leave at 11 AM from the Audubon Greenwich parking lot at the corner of Riversville Road and John Street. The hiking trail traverses Audubon Greenwich property and continues in a loop through several Greenwich Land Trust preserves. Terrain is moderate with challenging spots. Most suitable for interested youth and adults. No charge or RSVP. Donations accepted in Audubon’s Nature Store.
Sunday, June 3
Slow Food Potluck & Full Moon Hike
A fun evening that begins with a traditional potluck dinner from 6:30-8:00 pm and ends with a night hike under the full moon. Music and fun suitable for all ages. Guests donate $10 to Audubon and bring a home-cooked dish that serves approx. 4-6 people. Ideally, ingredients should be sourced from organic or local farms or both but it is not required. All ages welcome (short and long hike). Arrival & Dinner Set-up: 6:30-7:00 pm. Dinner served at 7 pm. Please RSVP with # of people and an idea of the dish you plan to bring. Bring dish description & BYOB. Sign up with Jeff Cordulack by email email@example.com or leave a message @ 203-869-5272 x239. This event is sponsored by the Slow Food Metro North – your local chapter of Slow Food U.S.A. – actively serving Putnam, Westchester & Fairfield Counties. Learn more online and join the food-centric fun!