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  • Saturday, April 22, 2017

    • B&A Trail Earth Day Clean Up Time: 9:00a - 12:00p Location: B&A Trail Details: Meet at the parking lot by Oak Lane and the B&A Trail for a Ranger led hike south on the B&A Trail to celebrate Earth Day by collecting as much litter as we can in 3 hours. Trash bags, pick sticks and insect repellent will be provided. Also provided will be water and snacks. Please wear gloves, outdoor shoes or boots and clothes that can get dirty. Scout groups are welcome. This FREE family event is for all ages but children must be accompanied by an adult. Registration required, call (410) 222-6244.
    • Plant Sale Time: 9:00a - 2:00p Location: Historic London Town and Gardens Details:

      Our annual plant sale returns, featuring an emphasis on native annuals and perennials. Among the herbaceous annuals and perennials available will be vegetables and herbs, Azaleas and Rhododendrons, flowering annuals in baskets and flats, and plants found in London Town’s horticultural collections. Bags of soil and kits to make a small fairy or dinosaur garden will also be available for purchase. Members and volunteers receive a 10% discount on plants all weekend.
      Preview the list of plants and other items that will be available for sale this weekend. ​
      Historic London Town and Gardens

    • Quiet Waters Park Earth Day Expo 2017 Time: 10:00a - 4:00p Location: Quiet Waters Park Details:

      Join us for a celebration of environmental education, partnerships and volunteering. Junior Park Ranger activities are for ages 4-12. All other activities will be open to all ages.

    • Heritage Hike Time: 11:00a - 12:30p Location: Beverly Triton Beach Park Details: Cultural resource specialists will be conducting a heritage and natural resources tour through Beverly-Triton Beach Park on Saturday, April 22, 2017. The tour will begin at 11am at the main entrance of the park (at the end of Triton Beach Road) and will take about two hours. Come join us on this leisurely stroll through the woods and along the beach as we explore the changing landscape of the park from 2,000 years ago up to today! We will discuss Native American oyster consumption at the park as well as the area’s early maritime history and even the bygone Beach Resort past! If you would like to participate, please register here:
    • Explore Mosses Time: 2:00p - 4:00p Location: Jug Bay Wetland Sanctuary Details:

      Tiny but tenacious, mosses are miraculous in their ability to colonize and thrive in a wide variety of habitats. Come learn about the diversity of mosses at the Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary. We’ll have a short talk to introduce you to mosses and then head outside and examine some of the native mosses with a hand lens. Age: 8 and older. Fee: $6 per vehicle entrance fee. Registration required, call or email.

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