Friday, February 20, 2009

Another Event - 3/19/2009 Northern Forest Canoe Trail Talk, The Arsenal, in Central Park

I'm posting for my friend John ( www.controlgeek.net/blog) who posted this to NYC Kayaker & the Sebago yahoo group for his friend Ann Moore. Pardon the ugly links, I'm just doing a copy & paste & slapping this up on my lunch break. Like the 2 events I posted yesterday, this sounds like another way to partially scratch that "I'm ready for boating season but it's not quite here yet" itch. Or maybe it'll just make that itch even itchier. Either way, it sounds cool & here's the details!

Please join us for a talk by Kate Williams, Executive Director of theNorthern Forest Canoe Trail, the Arsenal Gallery at 6:30pm, March19th, 2009. The Arsenal Gallery is located at 64th Street nd FifthAvenue inside Central Park , NY .

Click here for directions.

THE NORTHERN FOREST CANOE TRAIL
The New York Times called it the "magnificent obsession" near the roofof the Northeast the 740-mile-long interstate Northern Forest CanoeTrail, which traverses the largest intact ecosystem east of theMississippi.
The trail, which traces historic Native American travel routes acrossNew York , Vermont , Qu├ębec New Hampshire, and Maine was officiallyopened in June, 2006. It is widely accessible for both kayaking andcanoeing, for trips of an afternoon or a season in length. See http://www.northernforestcanoetrail.org/ for more information.
Kate Williams, of Waitsfield , Vermont , Executive Director of thenon-profit organization, Northern Forest Canoe Trail, will talk aboutthe trail, its history, and efforts to manage and promote it.
The event is free. Please post widely—all are welcome.**********************************************************************

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