Middlesex Fells Winter StoryWalk®: Stranger in the Woods
Middlesex Fells Winter Feature StoryWalk®
Stranger in the Woods
Written by Carl R. Sams and Jean Stoick
Saturday, December 21 through Sunday, January 5
Join DCR’s Winter Feature StoryWalk®. Walk a trail, read a story, use your senses and connect with your surroundings. Dress warmly, tramp in the woods and enjoy the magic of reading together outdoors!
About the Trail: The self-guided, sunrise-to-sunset walking tour begins on the Crystal Springs Trail at Greenwood Park (across from Stone Zoo). in Stoneham, MA. The walk begins behind the playground, just inside the granite wall. The trail is an easy walk, about ¼ mile, and the trail CAN accommodate jogging strollers if clear of snow.
All StoryWalk® events are open to the public, self-guided, run dawn to dusk, and are free of charge.
Come and participate in this self-guided StoryWalk® for Pre-K kids with adults! Enjoy the crisp winter air and learn about the wildlife around you. Foster your child’s connection with nature as well as their literacy skills by participating in our StoryWalk® in the Fells!
The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, Mass in Motion, the North Suburban Childand Family Resource Network, Medford Family Network, and Friends of Middlesex Fells would like to acknowledge and thank The StoryWalk® Project, created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Vermont Bicycle & Pedestrian Coalition and the Kellogg‐Hubbard Library for their work and inspiration.
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