Published on July 9, 2012 | by Sandy Ward0
Cool Off with a Walk
“beat the heat nature strolls” take advantage of summer evenings
It may be hot, but will that hold us back? No! Join Geauga Park District for naturalist-led Beat the Heat Nature Strolls!
Leisurely walks held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. will begin after the heat of the day has subsided, at a time when both people and nature are prone to be more active, said Naturalist Services Director Diane Valen.
“By moving to different parks, participants get a chance to explore a variety of locations as they walk and talk with the naturalist informally, letting Nature dictate the subject and provide teachable moments,” she added.
Walks will be held on the following summer Mondays:
[highlight color="eg. yellow, black"]July 9 at Big Creek Park’s Aspen Grove[/highlight]
July 23 at The West Woods Nature Center Parking Lot
August 13 at The Rookery
August 27 at Swine Creek Reservation’s Woods Edge
September 10 at Frohring Meadows
September 24 at Headwaters Park’s Rt. 608 Parking Lot.
Registration is not required for these walks, which are suitable for those school-aged and older. Wheelchair/stroller accessibility varies, depending on the location of each stroll. Call 440-286-9516 with questions.