Love Your Park Walk!

Feb 16, 2021 by

February 20, 2021 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
3rd & West entrance
3rd & West Streets
Strict attendance limit – email registration required

You LOVE Glen Providence Park, but did you know your park loves you back? Join us for our fifth winter walk with Naturalist Chris McNichol, as he shows us the park through his eyes. Chris is a wealth of information on many topics – he teaches boat building, survival skills, rocketry, woodworking, fire starting, foraging, and mechanics at Open Connections, a local homeschool resource center. Join us for a breath of fresh air and discover just some of the many benefits our beautiful park offers YOU! In honor of our 10th Anniversary year, Chris will share 10 things to do with kids in the park. 

***Meet at the park entrance at 3rd & West Streets, Media***

Rain, snow, 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 entrance at 3rd & West Streets, Media
  • Estimated time: 2 hours
  • Estimated distance: 1 – 1.5 miles
  • Be prepared for steep hills, and uneven (possibly wet or snowy) 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, snow or shine, but if the weather is terrible – or in the event of high winds – we’ll email registered participants by 9:30 am on Saturday whether we will need to cancel.

Winter Naturalist Walk with Chris McNichol

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