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    321026 - Fairchild Walking Tours

    Mendon Ponds Park is one of the country’s most unique parks and it is right in our backyard! Herman LeRoy Fairchild, Professor Emeritus in the Geology Department at the University of Rochester, first advocated in 1926 for the “Mendon Kames” area to be developed into a state or county park. Two years later, Monroe County began the first of what would become many land purchases to ultimately create the glacial topographic wonder that is known today as Mendon Ponds Park. The Fairchild Walking Tours will cover the history of the park, its glacial formation and geological features such as kettles, kames and eskers. The first of these Tours is called “Hidden in Plain Sight”. Join us to explore this geological wonder! Small groups will be formed. No voice amplification will be used. Must be in good physical health. These 90-minute tours will meet at the Youth Camping Area on Hopkins Point Road. Registration is required.

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    AvailableAdd to Cart321026-06Fairchild Walking ToItem DetailsMendon Ponds ParkLocation Details16 years and UpCo-ed08/01/21- 08/01/21Su 1:00P- 3:00P$0
    AvailableAdd to Cart321026-07Fairchild Walking ToItem DetailsMendon Ponds ParkLocation Details16 years and UpCo-ed08/21/21- 08/21/21Sa 1:00P- 3:00P$0
    AvailableAdd to Cart321026-08Fairchild Walking ToItem DetailsMendon Ponds ParkLocation Details16 years and UpCo-ed08/22/21- 08/22/21Su 1:00P- 3:00P$0

    341011 - Intro to Flatwater Kayaking

    Flatwater kayaks are amazing boats and they are well-suited to exploring everything from calm lakes and rivers to remote coastlines. Our course is designed for both the casual paddler and people who are interested in kayak touring. Lock 32 instructors will introduce you to proper technique and safety skills required for you to enjoy your future kayaking adventures. This program begins at the Lock 32 Whitewater Park and is held on the adjacent Erie Canal. From there, we will tour a stretch of the Canal and one of the many historic turning basins. Our low (1:5) instructor to student ratio ensures that you will get the personal attention that you deserve. So let us, at Lock 32, help you build a strong foundation that will begin a lifetime of kayaking adventures. No kayaking experience needed, all necessary equipment is included, but feel free to bring your own flatwater boat and equipment.

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    AvailableAdd to Cart341011-03Intro Flatwatr KayakItem DetailsLock 32 Rafting ParkLocation Details10 years and UpCo-ed08/26/21- 08/26/21Tu, Th 5:00P- 7:00P$65/$70
    AvailableAdd to Cart341011-04Intro Flatwatr KayakItem DetailsLock 32 Rafting ParkLocation Details10 years and UpCo-ed09/09/21- 09/09/21Tu, Th 5:00P- 7:00P$65/$70

    341021 - Guided Hikes

    Use the Town’s Trail Maps to explore the trails and walkways of Pittsford! These guided hikes provide an opportunity to meet members of the community, and discover the Cartersville/Simon Stone Mill Trail (Apr 18), the Mitchell Trails (May 8), and Irondequoit Creek Trails (Jun 12). On April 18th, we will celebrate Earth Day with a hike and trail clean-up! Participants will be contacted with a meeting place and extra information prior to the hike date and will be provided with a trail map at the outset of the hike. Maps are available for free ahead of time at: http://townofpittsford.org/trails_and_walkways

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    FullRead Notice341021-03Cartersville/Simon SItem DetailsRoyal Coach TrailsLocation DetailsBirth and UpCo-ed08/07/21- 08/07/21Sa 8:30A- 10:30A$0
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