Sunday, October 13, 2019 - 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Guided hike and free play for kids of all ages.
Free admission and open to all!

Get inside a rainbow . . . bring some kids and see the intensity of brilliant fall color through their eyes. Hosted by the Kalamazoo area chapter of Little Adventurers’ Club, hike leaders guide a walk for the younger set that will include a trip to the pond with its frame of colorful trees. There will be lots of time to dawdle, run up and down the path, chat with friends, and pick up fistfuls of pretty leaves.

Even though this is a free event, it’s helpful for us to know how many people will be there. Please let us know that you are coming by filling out the event registration form (https://swmlc.org/fall-color-tike-hike-2/), or emailing us at [email protected], or by calling our office at 269-324-1600. Please be sure to mention the name of the event you’re registering for. THANK YOU!

ADDITIONAL INFO
* There are no restrooms at Spirit Springs Sanctuary.
* Kids of all ages are welcome!
* Please bring your own drinks, snacks, sunscreen and bug spray as needed.
* Dogs are welcome but must be well-behaved, kept on a 6-foot leash at all times, and their waste removed from the preserve.
* More info about Spirit Springs Sanctuary: https://swmlc.org/project/spirit-springs-sanctuary/

Location:

TOTS Playgroup in Lowell

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Contact:

Cost: Free, registration requested
Event Website: Click to Visit
Organizer: Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy
Organization: Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy
Organizer Phone: 269-324-1600
Organizer Email: [email protected]

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