Subject: KTW - Meeting 9/17 and Upcoming Events
From: "Masino, Susan A."
Date: Tue, 2 Sep 2008 12:50:34 -0400
To: "KTW"



Keep the Woods Meeting

Wednesday, September 17, 7:00PM   

Maple Tree Café, Hopmeadow St, Simsbury, CT 


Short Business meeting:                      7:00-7:30:          Update on projects and priorities, a vote on KTW monies, and announcements of future events


Wild and Scenic Presentation:            7:30-8:00:          The Lower Farmington river is currently under study as a federal Wild and Scenic River

Learn about this regional treasure and this prestigious designation during this Special Event.  All are welcome.

The presentation is by the coordinators of the Wild and Scenic River Study; ample time for questions and informal socializing after  . . .


Wednesday, September 10, 4:00PM

Open Space Land Preservation Subcommittee meeting:

Simsbury Town Hall


Upcoming events:


The Town and the Simsbury Land Trust will be sponsoring hikes in the Farmington Valley this fall.  To participate, please call the Simsbury Land Trust at 651-8773 to register.  Don’t forget to join or renew! If you would like to receive emails from the Simsbury Land Trust directly, subscribe by sending an email to:



Saturday, September 27 at 9:30 and 10:30, meeting at the end of the Church Street Extension, parking at Trinity Episcopal Church.

A 2 hour hike (2.5 miles) starting at Laurel Hill at the end of the Church Street Extension. Hikes begin at 9:30 and 10:30 and are guided by the Tariffville Village Association. Visit the remains of Bartlett Tower and learn about its history.  Enjoy views from the Metacomet Trail.  Water and portable snack provided.

Saturday, October 4 from 8:30 - 11:00 a.m. (Longer hike at 9:00, the shorter loop trail at 9:15, 10 and 10:45) at Tulmeadow Farm.

Take a walk in the woods and see for yourself why the SLT is working to protect this final piece of Tulmeadow Farm. There will be two different hikes: a short loop trail through the 73 acre woodlot and a longer hike to Town Forest and the Ethel Walker Woods (easy-to moderate in difficulty, approximately one to one and one-half hours). Coffee and breakfast will be served.


The late summer and fall should be spectacular - get out and enjoy it!  If you would like a map of the Ethel Walker Woods of Simsbury, reply with your address and I will mail one to you.


Finally - Don’t miss it!  The Simsbury Farmers market continues through October 9th!  Thursdays 3:00-7:00 in Simsmore Square.


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