“10 Signs of Spring” Walk

Apr 6, 2021 by

April 10, 2021 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Glen Providence Park - main entrance
550 West State Street

Update: Registration is full as of Friday morning. Email us at FriendsoftheGlen [at] gmail [dot] org to get on a waiting list.

[Strict attendance limit – email registration is required] 

After a long winter, Spring has finally arrived in Glen Providence Park!  Join us for our first walk with Retired Professor of Ornamental Horticulture Rick Ray as he shares with us his vast knowledge of the plant world. Rick has taught woody and herbaceous plant identification and culture, plant propagation and landscape techniques. In addition to being co-founder of the Marple Tree Commission, he has introduced four new plants to the horticulture world and is a popular speaker at garden clubs and professional symposia.

For our 10th Anniversary year, Rick will share 10 Signs of Spring in the Park.

Rain or shine!*


COVID protocols:

  • Registration is required. Strict attendance limit of 12 people – please register by emailing FriendsoftheGlen [at] gmail [dot] com
  • Masks are required, of course.
  • Please stay physically distanced from non-household members during the walk.



  • Free & family-friendly
  • Meet at main entrance at 550 West State Street, Media
  • Estimated time: 1.5 hours
  • Estimated distance: 1 – 1.5 miles
  • Be prepared for steep hills, and uneven (possibly muddy) terrain: wear your hiking shoes, bring a hiking pole if you use one, and you never know when you’ll want binoculars!
  • * Event is rain or shine, but if the weather is terrible – or in the event of high winds – we’ll email registered participants by 12:30 pm on Saturday whether we will need to cancel.


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