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Seniors can enjoy a free stroll in Kane County preserve

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  • Join in the monthly "Senior Stroll" offered by Kane County Forest Preserve. This month, the seniors will explore Blackberry Maples Forest Preserve in Elburn.

       Join in the monthly "Senior Stroll" offered by Kane County Forest Preserve. This month, the seniors will explore Blackberry Maples Forest Preserve in Elburn.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer, 2012

 
Submitted by Forest Preserve District of Kane County

The Forest Preserve District of Kane County invites area seniors to join the free monthly "Senior Stroll" program.

On the first Thursday of each month, Forest Preserve District naturalists lead a leisurely walk through a Kane County Forest Preserve, and share ecology highlights along the way. The strolls last about an hour, with social time and refreshments following the walk.

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The next "Senior Stroll" takes place from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 4, at Blackberry Maples Forest Preserve, 43W231 Main St., Elburn.

All seniors are welcome. Registration is not required for this program.

The next Senior Stroll will be Oct. 2 at Glenwood Park Forest Preserve, 1644 S. River St. in Batavia. It will be followed by the Nov. 6 program at Tyler Creek Forest Preserve, 401 Davis Road, Elgin. Meet at the lower shelter.

In December, "Senior Stroll" holds a holiday gathering at Creek Bend Nature Center at LeRoy Oakes Forest Preserve, 37W700 Dean St., St. Charles. Bring a store-bought dish to pass. They will share food, fellowship and festivities at this annual "Senior Stroll" tradition.

For more information or a full roster of Forest Preserve District nature programs, visit www.kaneforest.com or call (630) 444-4190.

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