Winter Program Guides now available online
The Dec. 2017- Feb. 2018 program guides are available on this website. Scroll down to Publications, below, and click on the link. Guides also will be distributed to the parks, various county locations, and to our mailing list between Nov. 8 and 14. Please watch for them. One note: Several programs require advance registration, and will be open for registration the afternoon of Feb. 15.
We’ve received a grant to Pave the Sandel Legacy Trail
Summer or fall next year, the Sandel Legacy Trail in Sunbury plus other small segments of the trail in the village will be paved. Preservation Parks has been recommended for a $150,000 Recreational Trails Program grant from the Federal Highway Administration. These trail segments are part of the Ohio to Erie Multi-use Trail that — when completed — will stretch from the Ohio River near Cincinnati to Lake Erie near Cleveland.
Gallant Farm Book Club announces winter titles
After skipping the month of December, we start in fresh for 2018 with some great new titles. Anyone 14 and older can attend, and join in on the stimulating book discussion. The group meets most months on the last Wednesday, starting at 6:30 p.m., and focuses on books written during the 1930s or 1940s, or on topics pertinent to those eras or of interest to Gallant Farm visitors. Winter 2018 titles and dates are:
Jan. 31: Lost Horizon, by James Hilton
Feb. 28: The Boys in the Boat, by Daniel James Brown
For more information about the Book Club, call Gallant Farm at 740-595-3020.
Preservation Parks in the News
- Shale Hollow Park in Delaware’s backyard abounds with birds, beauty
- Sunbury likes Sandel Legacy Trail expansion and paving
- Naturalist Casey’s owl program is in the news!
- Gallant Farm reaps benefits of Powell woman’s gift
- S’mores — and more