Here is the CA walking itinerary for 2016. SAVE IT!!! As I did last year, I will be sharing stories of the history, the natural world, and the future of the places we pass. Please note that two of these walks are on Saturdays and the rest are on Thursdays. They all start at 10 am. Last year we had a great turnout for each of the walks. Come walk and meet your neighbors as we all explore Columbia on foot in 10 new and exciting locations.
- Thursday, April 21, 10 a.m., Hickory Ridge – meet at Clary’s Forest Pool
- Thursday, May 5, 10 a.m., Lake Elkhorn – meet at Hopewell Pool
- Saturday, May 21, 10 a.m., meet at Dorsey Search Pool
- Thursday, June 2, 10 a.m., Gateway Business Park – park in lot on left of AIDAs
- Thursday, June 16, 10 a.m., Columbia Downtown – meet at People Tree
- Thursday, August 25, 10 a.m., Long Reach – meet at Kendall Ridge Pool
- Saturday, September 10, 10 a.m. Kings Contrivance – meet at Amherst House
- Thursday, September 22, 10 a.m. Harper’s Choice – meet at Kahler Hall
- Thursday, October 6, 10 a.m. River Hill North – meet at Claret Hall
- Thursday, October 20, 10 a.m. Wilde Lake – meet at Slayton House
Come on out, bring a friend, water, and a good pair of walking shoes. Any questions can be addressed to email@example.com.
Ned is also speaking at the following two venues this month:
The Howard County Conservancy on April 28th at 7pm
- Celebrating the Places We Love, Right Here in Howard County with Ned Tillman. How much have you explored the beautiful natural spaces of our county? Want some great suggestions – with their interesting backstories? Ned Tillman knows our state intimately, having walked and studied it for decades. Come share his passion for the wonders of nature “right in our own backyard.” Book signing follows
The Columbia Arts Center Salon on April 18th at 7pm
- Writing and Speaking from the Heart with environmental and sustainability advocate Ned Tillman. Sponsored along with the Howard County Poetry and Literary Society, Ned will speak about the art and science of inspiring others to get outside, fall in love with some special place, and learn how to take better care of it so we can preserve these open spaces for your children. Book signing follows.
For more background and stories, and for all of you armchair naturalists, be sure to read
Take-a-way: There are a number of activities happening this spring, summer and fall. No better time than the present to put them on the calendar. Walks out in nature make us healthier, happier, more creative, and more productive. See you there!!!! You can always find my list of walks and talks at Scheduled Events on the SavingThePLaces.com website.