Program on paddling offered at Nature Ed. Center

Doc Fletcher will host a journey down the state's waterways during an hour-long program at the Nature Education Center at Hemlock Crossing at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 4.
Anonymous
Feb 22, 2012

 

Fletcher’s program, “Paddling Michigan’s Hidden Beauty,” is based on his newest book by the same name. The program includes a photographic journey of selected Michigan waterways, including Pigeon River and Crockery Creek. Kayakers, canoeists and outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the journey that includes historic highlights and unique features of each river.

Fletcher will be available to sell and sign his book after the program.

Seating is limited. Call 616-786-4847 to register.

In conjunction with the presentation, a silent auction to support Friends of Ottawa County Parks will be held beginning at noon and ending at 3 p.m.

 

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