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Home » Ct Trails Weekend » Events 2021 » Coventry - Educational Walk - Reading the 18th-Century Landscape

Coventry - Educational Walk - Reading the 18th-Century Landscape

Map: 
Reading the 18th-Century Landscape
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Event Date: 
Saturday, June 5
2021 - 11:00am - 12:30pm
Rain Plan: 
Rain cancels.
Join Nathan Hale Homestead staff for an easy stroll into history as you are guided through the Hale Family Farm and discuss how the scenic landscape has changed. The last leg of the journey takes you through the Nathan Hale State Forest on the “road to Norwich,” an 18th-century dirt road that the Hale Family used to drive their livestock to market. Hikers can continue to explore the Nathan Hale State Forest with our provided map today, or any day!
Leader(s): 
Molly Charland
Leader #1's Cell Number: 
860-742-6917
Leader #1's E-mail Address: 
Total Distance (miles): 
1
Event Pre-registration: 
Pre-registration is REQUIRED
Maximum Attendees: 
16
Registered Attendees: 
16

 

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