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Winter Program Guides available

From snowy hikes and a wintry evening at Gallant Farm, to cozy afternoons indoors spent making dream-catchers or terrariums, Preservation Parks offers more than 30 nature and farm programs this winter. Those interested can pick up a Winter Program Guide in the parks and from all Delaware County libraries and other county locations. Guides also can be downloaded from our website, www.preservationparks.com, and programs are listed on the on-line calendar. To be added to the mailing or email list, please send a message to contactparks@preservationparks.com.

The following programs are free and don’t require advance registration.

Saturday, Nov. 26, 8 a.m. Fall Bird Walk. Need to walk off some of that turkey feast? Join us for the final bird walk of the season, as we search for hardy winter residents. Who knows? We might even see a wild turkey or two! Free; ages 7 and older. Hogback Ridge Park, 2656 Hogback Road.

Wednesday, Nov. 30, 6:30 p.m. Gallant Farm Book Club. There is still time to read this month’s book selection, The Enduring Hills by Janice Holt Giles, and join in the cozy farmhouse for an interesting discussion. The book club focuses on books written during the 1930s or 40s, or about the eras of the Great Depression and World War II. Free; for ages 14 and older. Gallant Farm, 2150 Buttermilk Hill Road.

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Staff Report

Information for this story was provided by Preservation Parks.

Information for this story was provided by Preservation Parks.