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June 14, National Get Outdoors Day

Hands on Archery LessonJune 14, 2014

11:00-4:00

 

The Cradle of Forestry celebrates National Get Outdoors Day, established in 2008 by the USDA Forest Service to encourage Americans, especially youth, to seek out healthy, active outdoor lifestyles, connect with nature, and embrace public lands. The day includes skill teaching and demonstrations by the area’s outdoor recreation community, and guided nature walks along the Cradle’s Forest Discovery Trail. Admission to the site is free on this national event day!

 

Unless noted otherwise, all activities will take place from 11:00-4:00

 

Hands-on activities and demonstrations will include:

 

Archery with the NC Bowhunters Association

 

Fly-Fishing with Trout Unlimited

 

Canoeing and Kayaking with Headwaters Outfitters

 

Map/Compass Skills and Aquatic Life Observation Table with Muddy Sneakers

 

Outdoor Oriented Crafts, Games, and Face Painting with Cradle of Forestry Staff

 

Songs of the Big Outdoors Live Music Program at 12:00pm

 

Guided Nature Walk to the Pink Beds Boardwalk at 2:00pm

 

 

Hobnob at the Cradle will have BBQ available for purchase in addition to their cafe’ menu.

 

National Get Outdoors Day is Sponsored By:

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