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Morning Bird Walk-Trestle Woods
Thursday, April 30, 2015 08:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Meet at 8:00 am, Thursdays (3 hours, one mile or more). Learn to recognize by sight and sound some of the rich diversity of our local bird life. Binoculars recommended. May car pool.

Portageville Entrance Gate

Wildflower Walk-May Day in Arbutus Woods
Thursday, April 30, 2015 01:00 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Meet at 1:00 pm, except as noted (3 hours, 1 mile). Become more familiar with our many native wildflowers and the role of their surroundings including the other plants and animals in their daily lives. Enjoy the fascinating variation in floral structure and folklore.

Parade Grounds Parking Lot. Bring a lunch. Will car pool. (2 hours, 1 mile)

 

Fire on the Genesee: Civil War Encampment/Education Day
Friday, May 1, 2015 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3611
This Civil War Encampment in the Highbanks Recreation Area will have living history and battle re-enactments featuring Union, Confederate and civilian participants. Friday, May 1st is Education Day 9:00am-1:00pm and is open to local schools.
I Love My Park Day
Saturday, May 2, 2015 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Come join in celebrating the fourth annual I Love My Park Day. All ages are welcome. Volunteers are asked to meet at the Octagon Shelter and to wear long sleeves, long pants, and enclosed shoes. A variety of projects will be available for volunteers to choose from, including:

Project 1: Removal of vegetation, leaves and debris from around buildings in the Lower Falls Area; and cleaning projects around the Lower Falls shelter, Lower Falls restaurant, and CCC statue/parking area. Volunteers are asked to bring water, garden gloves and leaf rakes, brush shears, and tarps (if possible).

Project 2: Volunteers will work to remove debris from the Lower Falls stone stairway and perform general clean-up around the Octagon shelter and restroom facilities. Volunteers are asked to bring water, garden gloves, and tools such as leaf rakes, flat and spade shovels, and tarps (if possible).

Project 3: Volunteers will assist with the removal of invasive species plants around the Lower Falls and/or A and B cabin areas. Volunteers are asked to please bring water, garden gloves and tools such as spade shovels and brush shears (if possible).

Lunch will be provided at the Octagon Shelter at 1pm by the Friends of Letchworth, and an interpretive program will be available to volunteers at 1:30pm.

Register at: I Love My Park Day

Registration: Required
Fire on the Genesee-Civil War Encampment
Saturday, May 2, 2015 until Sunday, May 3, 2015 09:30 AM - 04:30 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Camps open 9:30am-4:30pm. Battles at 1:30pm. This Civil War Encampment in the Highbanks Recreation Area will have living history and battle re-enactments featuring Union, Confederate and civilian participants.

 

Springtime Walk- Lower Falls Trail
Sunday, May 3, 2015 01:00 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

2 hours, 1 mile, exceptas noted). General nature walks highlighting the spring season and what is met along the way.

Parking lot past Cabin Area "B." Lots of steps and muddy spots.

Morning Bird Walk-Chestnut Lawn
Thursday, May 7, 2015 08:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Meet at 8:00 am, Thursdays (3 hours, one mile or more). Learn to recognize by sight and sound some of the rich diversity of our local bird life. Binoculars recommended.

Castile Entrance Gate. Will car pool.

Wildflower Walk-Upper and Middle Falls Area
Thursday, May 7, 2015 01:00 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Meet at 1:00 pm, except as noted (3 hours, 1 mile). Become more familiar with our many native wildflowers and the role of their surroundings including the other plants and animals in their daily lives. Enjoy the fascinating variation in floral structure and folklore. May car pool.

Meet at Museum. (3 hours, 1 mile)

 

Greenway Hike-Brook Road to Black Creek
Saturday, May 9, 2015 10:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Park at the Brook Road Parking Area off Brook Road in the Town of Chili. Meet in Parking Area.

This two-year hike series will include all fourteen hikes in the Wegmans Passport to Wellness Program. This program was es- tablished to get people outdoors and active and was launched on I Love My Park Day in 2014. The hikes vary in distance and cov- er sections in the northern, mid- dle and southern portions of the Greenway.

For each hike there is a trail marker where a crayon or pencil can be used to create a rubbing. Participants may submit six rub- bings for Wegmans coupons or ten rubbings for a chance to win a New York State Empire Pass- port. The Empire Passport pro- vides unlimited day use vehicle entry to most of New York's State parks and recreational facilities. Wegmans Passport booklets are available at Wegmans locations near the Greenway, the Letch- worth State Park Visitor Center and the Friends of the Genesee Valley Greenway office in Mt. Morris.

The interpretive hike series will include the history of the Genesee Valley Greenway, and incorporate history of the town in which the hike is located. In addition, the hike leader will point out interesting natural and historic features along the way.

TGN Supporters Picnic
Saturday, May 9, 2015 11:30 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3625

The twenty-fourth annual supporters' picnic will be held as a luncheon at the Glen Iris Inn. Reservations required for the luncheon by Wed., May 7.

Registration: Required
Wildflower Walk-Lower Canyon Woods
Saturday, May 9, 2015 01:30 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Meet at 1:00 pm, except as noted (3 hours, 1 mile). Become more familiar with our many native wildflowers and the role of their surroundings including the other plants and animals in their daily lives. Enjoy the fascinating variation in floral structure and folklore.

Parade Grounds Parking Lot. Will car pool. (2 hours, 1 mile)

 

Crepuscular Walks-Owl Prowl
Saturday, May 9, 2015 07:30 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Meet evenings (2 hours, 1mile), except as noted. In a less familiar realm of sights and sounds, experience the changing colors and moods in the blend- ing zone of daylight and "night- light". Star watching will follow programs, weather permitting. Flashlight recommended. May car pool.

Trailside Lodge

Mother Earth Native American Stories Walk
Sunday, May 10, 2015 10:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Nature walkto scenic vistas to share stories about the natural world.

First overlook on Lower Falls Road, just west of Group Camping area entrance. (2 hours, ½ mile)

 

Indoor Ed-Ventures-Waves of Warblers
Sunday, May 10, 2015 02:00 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

All warblers recorded from Letchworth State Park (highlighting 25 nestling species) will be featured in a new warbler video. Natural history accounts will be summarized and will include detailed park distribution based on recent research. this is an excellent primer for the Warbler Walks on May 28, June 4 and June 11.

These programs allow participants a more detailed study of a topic with comparison of hands-on specimens and/or various audio-visual aids and handouts. All workshops meet in the Conference Room in the Visitor Center and Regional Administration Building located in Letchworth State Park.

Morning Bird Walk-Great Bend George
Thursday, May 14, 2015 08:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Meet at 8:00 am, Thursdays (3 hours, one mile or more).Learn to recognize by sight and sound some of the rich diversity of our local bird life. Binoculars recommended.

Castile Entrance Gate. Will car pool.

Wildflower Walk-East of Lee's Landing
Thursday, May 14, 2015 01:00 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Meet at 1:00 pm, except as noted (3 hours, 1 mile). Become more familiar with our many native wildflowers and the role of their surroundings including the other plants and animals in their daily lives. Enjoy the fascinating variation in floral structure and folklore.

Parade Grounds Parking Lot. Will car pool. (3 hours, 1 mile)

 

Springtime Walk-Birch Trail
Saturday, May 16, 2015 01:00 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

2 hours, 1 mile, exceptas noted). General nature walks highlighting the spring season and what is met along the way.

Second overlook on Lower Falls Road, just east of Group Camping area entrance.

Bird Tour
Sunday, May 17, 2015 06:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Car-pool through the Park on east or west sides of the river visiting many different habitats that will enable observers to locate over 75 species of birds. Sponsored by the Rochester Birding Association.

Mt. Morris Dam Snack Bar. Bring a lunch. Will car pool. (6 hours)

 

Friends of Letchworth Trail Workday
Sunday, May 17, 2015 10:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Help Letchworth State Park care for its many fine hiking trails. Members of Friends of Letchworth and anyone else who wants to join will meet at the gathering place and get signed in as a volunteer. The focus will be to pick up trash and clear brush. Bring hand tools (pruners, loppers, grass whips, small hand- saws) work gloves, water and snacks. Sessions will last two to three hours, but participants may leave early or stay late to help finish a project.

Oakland Rd junction Route 436 in Oakland, NY

Happy Birthday Mr. Letchworth!
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Area school children will be visiting  Letchworth State Park in commemoration of the birth of its great benefactor, William Pryor Letchworth.

A half-mile loop around the Glen Iris Inn will highlight the park's history. Along the loop, 15-minute programs, at ten interpretive stations in rotation, will be conducted on various subjects including flint knapping, atlatl demonstration, civil war camp life, wool spinning and local animals. You may even meet Caroline Bishop, Mr. Letchworth's trusted secretary, or Mr. Letchworth himself enjoying the festivities.

New York Atlatl Competition
Friday, May 22, 2015 04:00 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Various spear throwing competitions for target accuracy (International Standard Accuracy Contest), NYAA contests (Team, Indiviudal, Animal, European, and International).

Open to the public with demonstration equipment available (atlatl - the spear thrower; dart - the spear)

Meet at Trailside Lodge

Red, White and Blue Balloon Rally
Friday, May 22, 2015 06:30 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600
Six massed baloon flights. Launching from Archery Field near the Castille Entrance
Sehgahunda Trail Marathon & Relay
Saturday, May 23, 2015
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

This beautiful and challenging course follows the Letchworth Branch of the Finger Lakes Trail along the eastern rim of Letchworth gorge from Mount Morris Dam to Letchworth State Park Parade Grounds.

Registration required: For details visit www.yellowjacketracing.com

 

Registration: Required
Red, White and Blue Balloon Rally
Saturday, May 23, 2015 06:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Six massed baloon flights. Launching from Archery Field near the Castille Entrance

New York Atlatl Competition
Saturday, May 23, 2015 10:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Various spear throwing competitions for target accuracy (International Standard Accuracy Contest), NYAA contests (Team, Indiviudal, Animal, European, and International).

 Open to the public with demonstration equipment available (atlatl - the spear thrower; dart - the spear)

-Open before and after the picnic

Meet at Trailside Lodge

Free Learn to Catch a Fish Family Picnic and Kids Conservation Day
Saturday, May 23, 2015 11:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Event featuring games, activities, educational workshops, spear-fishing target contest, free fishing (no license required), free lunch and door prizes.

Presented in conjunction with DEC and Cornell Cooperative Extension. Meet at Trailside Lodge.

Red, White and Blue Balloon Rally
Saturday, May 23, 2015 06:30 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Six massed baloon flights. Launching from Archery Field near the Castille Entrance

Red, White and Blue Balloon Rally
Sunday, May 24, 2015 06:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Six massed baloon flights. Launching from Archery Field near the Castille Entrance

New York Atlatl Competition
Sunday, May 24, 2015 10:00 AM - 03:30 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Various spear throwing competitions for target accuracy (International Standard Accuracy Contest), NYAA contests (Team, Indiviudal, Animal, European, and International).

Open to the public with demonstration equipment available (atlatl - the spear thrower; dart - the spear)

Meet at Trailside Lodge

 

Doo-Wop at the Dam
Sunday, May 24, 2015 11:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 658-4790

Come on down to the Mt. Morris Dam for some 1950's style family fun. Games, music, food, and dancing!

This is a free event. All are are welcome!

Red, White, and Blue Balloon Rally
Sunday, May 24, 2015 06:30 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Six massed baloon flights. Launching from Archery Field near the Castille Entrance

Red, White and Blue Balloon Rally
Monday, May 25, 2015 06:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Six massed baloon flights. Launching from Archery Field near the Castille Entrance

Geology Walk
Monday, May 25, 2015 10:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Geology, history and nature lore are the subjects of a walk into the changing path of the Lower Falls. Lots of steps and muddy spots.

Parking lot past Cabin Area "B". Lots of steps and muddy spots. (2 hours, 1 mile)

 

How the Gorge was Formed-Story of the Park
Monday, May 25, 2015 12:30 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Follow short, paved, handicap accessible walk- ways. Comprehensive introduction to Letchworth State Park as viewed from Inspiration Point which covers geology, glacial and human history plus plant and animal lore.

Inspiration Point Parking Lot. (1 hour, ¼ mile)

 

Memorial Tree Walk
Monday, May 25, 2015 02:00 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

A general history and nature walk. We will visit the historical memorial trees that have been planted on the Glen Iris Estate, and also view two State Champions!

Meet at Museum. (2 hours, 1 mile)

 

Brooks & Brambles- Along Dishmill Creek
Wednesday, May 27, 2015 10:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Letchworth State Park has over fifty miles of boundary line that traverses many scenic hills and dales. Ten miles in five sessions will be explored. Long pants, sturdy footwear (for mud, prickers, poison ivy and stream crossings) and packed lunch or snacks are all recommended. Car-pooling is required.

Parade Grounds Entrance off Route 436. Mud, prickers, poison ivy, andstream crossings. Bring a lunch. Will car pool. (4 hours, 2 miles)

This is an intermediate level terrain.

Warbler Walk-Common Species
Thursday, May 28, 2015 07:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

With 25 species, Letchworth State Park may have more nesting species of wood warblers than anywhere else in the world! Each week, actual nesting sites will be visited and we will search for a third of the park's nesting warbler species, as we study the factors that yield such diversity. Binoculars recommended. Also see Indoor Ed-venture on May 10th.

Castile Entrance Gate. Will car pool. (3 hours, 1 mile or more)

 

Genesee Valley Greenway Hike. Part Nine: Rockville to Black Creek
Saturday, May 30, 2015 10:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

This is a multiple part series offered throughout the year. Designed to explore and sample some of this 90-mile linear trail mostly along the Genesee River's valley from Cattaraugus, Allegany, Wyoming, and Livingston to Monroe Counties. 

Explore the GVG as it leaves the Genesee River Corridor and traverses higher ground that was fed by Cuba Lake.

Meet at Rockville parking area on State Route 305, just west of Baragon Hill Rd. (4 hours, 3 miles)

 

Crepuscular Walks-Full Moon Beaver Walk
Tuesday, June 2, 2015 07:30 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

 Meet evenings (2 hours, 1mile), except as noted. In a lessfamiliar realm of sights and sounds, experience the changing colors and moods in the blend- ing zone of daylight and "night- light". Star watching will follow programs, weather permitting. Flashlight recommended.

Parade Ground Parking Lot. Brush, water and muddy spots. Will car pool.

Brooks & Brambles-Griffith Road to Pennycook Road
Wednesday, June 3, 2015 10:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Letchworth State Park has over fifty miles of boundary line that traverses many scenic hills and dales. Ten miles in five sessions will be explored. Long pants, sturdy footwear (for mud, prickers, poison ivy and stream crossings) and packed lunch or snacks are all recommended. Car-pooling is required.

Junction of Pennycook Road and State Route 436 (¼ mile east of Parade Grounds Entrance). Mud, prickers, poison ivy, and stream crossings. Bring a lunch. Will car pool. (4 hours, 2 miles)

This is an intermediate level terrain

 

Warbler Walk-Uncommon Species
Thursday, June 4, 2015 07:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

With 25 species, Letchworth State Park may have more nesting species of wood warblers than anywhere else in the world! Each week, actual nesting sites will be visited and we will search for a third of the park's nesting warbler species, as we study the factors that yield such diversity. Binoculars recommended. Also see Indoor Ed-venture on May 10th.

Portageville Entrance Gate. Will car pool. (2½ hours, 1 mile)

 

National Trails Day Canal
Saturday, June 6, 2015 10:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Learnabout Oakland as well as the history of the canal and railroad in the area.

Oakland Rd jct Rte 436 in Oakland, NY. (2 hours, 2 miles)

 

Springtime Walk- Highbanks Trail
Sunday, June 7, 2015 10:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

2 hours, 1 mile, exceptas noted). General nature walks highlighting the spring season and what is met along the way.

 Mt. Morris Entrance Gate. Bring a lunch. Will car pool. (3 hours, 2 miles)

Brooks & Brambles- DeGolyer Road to Castile Gate
Wednesday, June 10, 2015 10:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Letchworth State Park has over fifty miles of boundary line that traverses many scenic hills and dales. Ten miles in five sessions will be explored. Long pants, sturdy footwear (for mud, prickers, poison ivy and stream crossings) and packed lunch or snacks are all recommended. Car-pooling is required.

Castile Entrance Gate. Mud, prickers, poison ivy, and stream crossings. Bring a lunch. Will car pool.(4 hours, 2 mile)

 

This is an intermediate terrain.
Warbler Walk-Rare Species
Thursday, June 11, 2015 07:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

With 25 species, Letchworth State Park may have more nesting species of wood warblers than anywhere else in the world! Each week, actual nesting sites will be visited and we will search for a third of the park's nesting warbler species, as we study the factors that yield such diversity. Binoculars recommended. Also see Indoor Ed-venture on May 10th.

Parade Grounds Parking Lot. Will car pool. (3 hours, 1 mile or more)

 

13th Annual Photographer's Dream Day
Saturday, June 13, 2015 09:00 AM - 03:30 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 658-4790

Join the Corps of Engineers & the Canyon Camera Club for a day of picture taking and learning. Pack a lunch & enjoy photo seminars, photo walks, and interesting subjects.

This is a free public event!

 

Greenway Hike- York Landing North
Saturday, June 13, 2015 10:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Park at the York Landing Parking Area off York Landing road in the Town of York. Meet at the Information Kiosk.

This two-year hike series will include all fourteen hikes in the Wegmans Passport to Wellness Program. This program was es- tablished to get people outdoors and active and was launched on I Love My Park Day in 2014. The hikes vary in distance and cov- er sections in the northern, mid- dle and southern portions of the Greenway.

For each hike there is a trail marker where a crayon or pencil can be used to create a rubbing. Participants may submit six rub- bings for Wegmans coupons or ten rubbings for a chance to win a New York State Empire Pass- port. The Empire Passport pro- vides unlimited day use vehicle entry to most of New York's State parks and recreational facilities. Wegmans Passport booklets are available at Wegmans locations near the Greenway, the Letch- worth State Park Visitor Center and the Friends of the Genesee Valley Greenway office in Mt. Morris.

The interpretive hike series will include the history of the Genesee Valley Greenway, and incorporate history of the town in which the hike is located. In addition, the hike leader will point out interesting natural and historic features along the way.

Springtime Walk-Gorge Trail
Sunday, June 14, 2015 01:00 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

2 hours, 1 mile, exceptas noted). General nature walks highlighting the spring season and what is met along the way.

Upper St. Helena Picnic Area

Brooks & Brambles-Five Corners to DeGolyer Road
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 10:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Letchworth State Park has over fifty miles of boundary line that traverses many scenic hills and dales. Ten miles in five sessions will be explored. Long pants, sturdy footwear (for mud, prickers, poison ivy and stream crossings) and packed lunch or snacks are all recommended. Car-pooling is required.

Castile Entrance. Mud, prickers, poison ivy, and stream crossings. Bring a lunch. Will car pool.(4 hours, 2 miles)

This is an intermediate terrain.

 

Gibsonville Walk
Saturday, June 20, 2015 10:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Visit the vanished village of Gibsonville. Bring a lunch.

Silver Lake Outlet Bridge, one mile north of Perry Exit on Main Park Road. (3 hours, 2 miles)

 

Rock and Roll into Summer
Saturday, June 20, 2015 02:00 PM - 09:30 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600
Musical performances, Wildlife Educators Coalition Animal Exhibit and our own home-made lawn games, food and FIREWORKS
First day of Summer Excursion to Rattlesnake Hill State Wildlife Management Area
Sunday, June 21, 2015 10:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Visit the 5,100 acre site located between state routes 436 and 70 between Nunda and Dansville. Upland habitats include mature woodland, overgrown fields, conifer plantations, old growth apple orchards, wetlands and open meadows.

Car caravan leaves Visitor Center at 9:30 am or meet on site at Rosses on Rte 70 south of Nunda atthe Canaseraga Creek crossing (SR70 junction County Road 54 [Newville Rd.]). Bring a lunch. Will car pool and short walks. (3-5 hours, 1-2 miles; shorter or longer options available).

 

Indoor Ed-Ventures-Butterfly Beauties
Sunday, June 21, 2015 02:00 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Study the beauty and composition of hundreds of dried butterfly specimens representing most of the world's butterfly families. Dozens of local and New York species as well as those found in the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory are specially noted.

Butterfly structure and local natural history will be featured in two new butterfly videos. This is an excellent primer for the Butterfly Walk on July 5th.

These programs allow participants a more detailed study of a topic with comparison of hands-on specimens and/or various audio-visual aids and handouts. All workshops meet in the Conference Room in the Visitor Center and Regional Administration Building located in Letchworth State Park.

 

Brooks & Brambles-Gibsonville Road to Perry Gate
Wednesday, June 24, 2015 10:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Letchworth State Park has over fifty miles of boundary line that traverses many scenic hills and dales. Ten miles in five sessions will be explored. Long pants, sturdy footwear (for mud, prickers, poison ivy and stream crossings) and packed lunch or snacks are all recommended. Car-pooling is required.

Perry Entrance. Mud, prickers, poison ivy, and stream crossings. Bring a lunch. Will car pool. (4 hours, 2 mile)

This is an intermediate terrain.

Crepuscular Walks-Summer's Eve by the River
Wednesday, June 24, 2015 07:30 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Meet evenings (2 hours, 1mile), except as noted. In a less familiar realm of sights and sounds, experience the changing colors and moods in the blend- ing zone of daylight and "night- light". Star watching will follow programs, weather permitting. Flashlight recommended. May car pool.

Lower Falls Restaurant Parking Lot

Springtime Walk-Trout Pond Trail
Saturday, June 27, 2015 01:00 PM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

2 hours, 1 mile, exceptas noted). General nature walks highlighting the spring season and what is met along the way.

Meet at Trout Pond.

Friends of Letchworth Trail Worday
Sunday, June 28, 2015 10:00 AM
Letchworth State Park
Phone: (585) 493-3600

Help Letchworth State Park care for its many fine hiking trails. Members of Friends of Letchworth and anyone else who wants to join will meet at the gathering place and get signed in as a volunteer. The focus will be to pick up trash and clear brush. Bring hand tools (pruners, loppers, grass whips, small hand- saws) work gloves, water and snacks. Sessions will last two to three hours, but participants may leave early or stay late to help finish a project.

Oakland Rd junction Route 436 in Oakland, NY

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