Interpretive Hike: Spring Wildflowers

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Join us for an interpretive hike in Cherokee Park to seek out early spring wildflowers on the woodland forest floor! Take a walk with Olmsted Parks Conservancy’s Education and Volunteer Program Manager Matt Spalding, and learn about native plant biodiversity and forest ecology. Hot chocolate and tea will be provided!

This is an all-ages event. Children should be accompanied by an adult. This hike is rain or shine. Weather-appropriate clothes and footwear with good tread are encouraged. Please arrive at Hogan Fountain 10 minutes early to ensure a prompt start.

Tickets are free for Olmsted Parks Conservancy members and $8 for non-members.

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