PLENTY OF CHOICES STILL ON TAP FOR WALKTOBER!

PLENTY OF CHOICES STILL ON TAP FOR WALKTOBER!

As the 26th annual Walktober winds down, The Last Green Valley, Inc. (TLGV) wants to remind you that there are still more than 40 choices this week, with more places to explore and lots more to experience. Keep up with the Walktober flurry of fun!

Big names and superstars shine this week. Dr. Nick Bellantoni, Emeritus State Archaeologist, speaks of history and geology (listing #136), the Ramsdells and Tourtellottes are featured (#192), Aunt Jemima’s visit to Putnam is recounted (#196), Professor Robert Thorson takes a geological look at the Wolf Rock Preserve (#201), Dale Monette shows wildlife photography and stories (#214), and Tom D’Agostino speaks of Southbridge area legends and haunts (#218).

Plenty of variety fills the pages of the Walktober brochure this week, with something for everyone. History (#187, 160, 189, 209), train wrecks (#200), festivals (#193, #204), children-friendly scavenger hunts (#194, #208), cemeteries (#165, #188, #212), birds tweet (#191), nightmares (#190), scout camp tour (#40), dog walks (#195), meteor craters (#198), time capsules (#199), swim with pumpkins at the Hale YMCA (#202), open house (#203), forests & conservation walks (#205, #206, #207, #210), investigate the paranormal (#215), poetry readings (#217), fat tire fun (#211), and Climbtober (#59).

You still have time to Walktober, and you can continue to explore and have adventures year-round! Use your Walktober brochure to visit a trail in February that you might have missed this year. Learn more: email mail@tlgv.org; call 860-774-3300; or visit www.thelastgreenvalley.org.  TLGV’s Facebook page is active, informative, and another way to keep up to date. Check it frequently for Walktober updates.

The Last Green Valley is a National Heritage Corridor – the last stretch of dark night sky in the coastal sprawl between Boston and Washington, D.C.  The Last Green Valley, Inc. works for you in the National Heritage Corridor. We help you to care for it, enjoy it and pass it on.