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Fall Foliage Family Fun Walk at Black Rock Sanctuary

On Saturday, November 5th, Activate Phoenixville Area will be hosting its Fall Foliage Family Fun Walk at Black Rock Sanctuary. The walk will be held from 8:30-10:30am and will feature the following:
  • Enjoy delicious, fresh, free, fall snacks
  • Free Face painting for children of all ages
  • Walk the beautiful 3/4 mile trail with members of your community
  • Enjoy the gorgeous changing leaves during the FREE walk
For directions to the Sanctuary, click here. Black Rock Sanctuary is 119 acres of wetlands, woodlands, and meadows. It is part of an air highway for migrating birds, while attracting waterfowl, diverse plants and animals

Comments

Jess said…
Where did you get this date from? I can't find any more info on this event. I just want to confirm this because I am planning to attend this with a large group. Thx!
JW said…
It was emailed to me by the Activate Phoenixville folks.
Jess said…
There is no mention of it on their site either. I'll contact Black Rock just to make sure. I have a large group attending so I need to make sure this is a legit event. Thx.
JW said…
Their site isn't maintained at the moment. It was, however, mentioned in their most recent email newsletter. You can email Rachel Tenney at activatepville@gmail.com for more info.
Activate Phoenixville said…
Hi everyone!! This is Rachel Tenney. Sorry for the confusion, but our website is in the process of being updated and switched to a new host, so we haven't updated it recently. The walk is this coming Saturday from 8:30-10:30. We have flyers all over town and an article in the Phoenix this week. Please don't hesitate to send me an e-mail with questions at activatepville@gmail.com. We can't wait to see you there!

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