Sunday, May 15, 2016 - 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy’s Spring Storybook Hike Featuring the Children’s Classic: “Miss Rumphius”
Free and open to everyone!
A fun, unique way for kids to experience literature and Chipman Preserve’s spectacular lupines! In conjunction with three area libraries, this is the second event in our popular Seasonal Storybook Hike Series. Join SWMLC board member (and mom), Dr. Jennifer Lau and the folks from Comstock Township Library, Galesburg Charleston Memorial District Library, and the Richland Community Library for a reading of the children’s classic “Miss Rumphius”. We will stroll along kid-friendly trails, explore the natural landscape, and read pages from the book which have been posted at intervals along the way.
The guided hike will be held from 3:00 – 4:00 pm and the first 12 families to RSVP and attend the hike will receive a free copy of “Miss Rumphius” provided by our event partner Bookbug. After the guided hike, the preserve will remain open and the storybook will remain posted for anyone who would like to participate in a self-guided hike.
To RSVP, please call our office at 269-324-1600 or email us at email@example.com.
Chipman Preserve is in the 8000 block of East Main Street, 3 miles east of Sprinkle Rd. between 30th and 33rd Streets in Comstock Township (Galesburg).
Location:Chipman Preserve in Comstock Township
East Main Street between 30th and 33rd (3 miles east of Sprinkle Rd.)
Comstock Township, Kalamazoo County
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