News and Events
Getting Ready for Spring- Property CleanUps:
Cleaning up properties takes strong backs and many hands. Our cleanups are fun and necessary and don't ever take up too much of your time. We provide clippers, bags, gloves, coffee & donuts.
Saturday, April 11. 9:30 am to 11:00 am - Nursery Street site, corner of Nursery St. and Route 123.
Wednesday, April 22. 11 am to 3 pm at Farm Creek, 34 Sammis Street. It's Earth Day and we will open the barn and have some other activities for all ages.
Saturday, May 9th. 9:30 to 12 at 250 Wilson Avenue in South Norwalk.
Become an Education Program Volunteer as a 4th Grade Trail Guide We train you, give you teaching materials and if you have a few mornings to help us in April and May, it will truly benefit these wonderful 4th graders and you. April 11 at 1 pm at the Stone Barn, Farm Creek, 34 Sammis for new training material and review.
Harry the Heron, our wonderful parade puppet, pictured below, was created by volunteer Pamela Proctor. Pamela and Midge Kennedy, Vice President, talk about how he was created and how he will be used. http://norwalk.itsrelevant.com/content/21759/harry-the-heron-hopes-to-soar-more-in-norwalk
Join us for the Rowayton Parade on May 24th and the Norwalk Parade on May 25th. We need sign holders!
Dave Winston from the Cove Island Wildlife Sanctuary in Stamford, CT was our speaker for our Annual Meeting, held on February 9th. Thank you Dave, for these Notes.
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