This Sunday is the day. Don’t miss this first in a series of History Hikes out at Highland Recreation area. Hot Tea will be available while we wait for everyone to arrive. There will also be a 4’x’3 Map enlargement of the estate and grounds the way it was in 1926, so we all can get a good idea of what we will be observing on our Hike. There will be two Maps. One of the Park and a specific detailed map of the Haven Hill itself. Also for everyone in attendance, there will be a two page Historical sheet with the estates features and the History of the area dating back to the 1600s. All free. Hope to see you all there for the first in our series of History Hikes at Haven Hill, Highland Recreation area. Sunday, 2.28.10, 12PM.
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