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« Saturday September 30, 2017 »
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Start: 10:00 am
End: 4:00 pm

The Horatio Colony Nature Preserve to host the Pisgah Trail Connector Hike on Saturday, September 30, 2017 at 10AM – 4PM

Enjoy “Pisgah-Keene Connector Trail Hike"

Keene, NH - Saturday, September 30, 201710:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Join nature preserve and Monadnock Conservancy staff for a hike to explore the wilds between the Horatio Colony Nature Preserve and Pisgah State Park. We will hike through the beautifully preserved California Brook Natural Area and Horatio Colony Nature Preserve. Much of the landscape is State of NH Tier I (highest ranked) wildlife habitat. Watch for details closer to the event. Meet at 10:00 a.m. at the Horatio Colony Preserve on Daniels Hill Rd. Bring water and lunch and be prepared for moderately strenuous inclines, occasionally muddy trails, and lots of fun! This event is free and open to the public. However, advanced registration is required for this event.

Call 603.283.2115 or email colonypreserve@antioch.edu
for registration details.

The Horatio Colony Nature Preserve is a 645-acre parcel of woodlands and wetlands in Keene and Swanzey, NH owned by the Colony Memorial Trust. It provides the community with more than 5 miles of hiking trails, a historic cabin and foundations, place-based education initiatives, ongoing research activities, and a public program series. The preserve is managed by Antioch University New England.

Start: 11:30 am
End: 3:00 pm
Join us for our 30th annual Friends of Pisgah (FOP) Picnic at the Visitors Center, 520 Old Chesterfield Road, Winchester, NH!  All are invited to share in the good times with members, families and guests.

New members are encouraged to attend.  Hamburgers, hot dogs and roasted corn-on-the-cob will be provided along with refreshments, plates and cups.  Feel free to bring your favorite dish, salad or dessert to share.

The Visitor Center and Barn Museum will be open.  Check out the artifacts, scrapbooks and exhibits that highlight the history of Pisgah.  The buildings were built by FOP members and many volunteers in the style of buildings once found in the Park.