Annual Brodhead Creek Ramble at ForEvergreen Nature Preserve in Analomink set for Saturday, Aug. 10

The Brodhead Watershed Association will hold its annual Brodhead Creek Ramble on Sunday, Aug. 10 from 1-4 p.m., at the ForEvergreen Nature Preserve in Analomink. There will be entertaining activities for the whole family. Whether you like to walk, peddle or paddle there will be something for everyone to enjoy, from nature walks, eagle-nest viewing, kayaking demonstrations and guided bicycle rides (you must supply your own bicycle) it is a celebration of the Brodhead Creek and the watershed. (read more)

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