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  Cape Cod Canal coffee and walk to Herring Run
 Moderator: Tom Delisle
05-11-2019
11:00 am - 02:00 pm
FREE 20 16

Come join us for a spring time walk at the Cape Cod Canal Recreation area. We will walk from the Bourne Rotary to the Herring Ladder with the hopes of seeing the alewives migrate upstream. The walk will be about 5 miles total. Contact Tom at [email protected]

  Cape Cod Canal coffee and walk to Herring Run
 Moderator: Tom Delisle
05-11-2019
11:00 am - 02:00 pm
FREE 20 19

Come join us for a spring time walk at the Cape Cod Canal Recreation area. We will walk from the Bourne Rotary to the Herring Ladder with the hopes of seeing the alewives migrate upstream. The walk will be about 5 miles total. Contact Tom at [email protected]

  Cape Cod Rail Trail Bike Ride, rentals available
 Moderator: Tom Delisle
06-08-2019
10:30 am - 03:30 pm
FREE 20 18

Come join us for a Spring bike ride on the Cape Cod Rail Trail before the summer crowds. We will bike an easy 20 miles for the Dennis trail head to Nickerson State Park. Contact Tom at [email protected] if you have questions

  Bike Windham Rail Trail
 Moderator: charlie galo
06-22-2019
11:00 am - 03:00 pm
FREE Unlimited Unlimited

Join us for an easy 22 mile pedal on the Windham rail trail, located in Windham and Derry NH.

At 11 miles this trail is the longest paved abandoned rail bed in New Hampshire. It’s a scenic trail which passes though beautiful shaded ledges, two pond marshes and is predominately wooded and shaded. The trail head is only 75 minutes from Boston.

Email for details: [email protected].

  Attleborough Springs & Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuaries Hike
 Moderator: Tom Delisle
07-10-2019
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
FREE 15 13

Please register by July 8th and email me at [email protected] prior to the 10th. Including your electronic mail address and telephone number, so I can let you know of more details or if, on the evening of the 9th, plans change, potentially, due to the weather, again. 

  Myles Standish Hike and Swim
 Moderator: Tom Delisle
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07-27-2019
11:00 am - 04:00 pm
FREE 20 18

A hike and swim in Myles Standish State Forest. We will hike on the bike paths for 5-6 miles. The trail should be shady and comfortable. Halfway on the hike we will stop at a pond for a swim and to have lunch. The pond is clear with a nice sandy bottom. Contact Tom at [email protected]

  Acadia National Park Camping Trip
 Moderator: Tom Delisle
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08-08-2019 - 08-11-2019
05:00 pm - 01:00 pm
FREE 20 17

Join the gang for another long weekend of camping at Lamoine State Park in Lamoine, Maine. The campground is secluded wonderful place across Frenchman Bay from Acadia National Park. Acadia National Park affords great opportunities for hiking, biking, and kayaking. Contact [email protected] with questions

  Beach Day - Horseneck State Park
 Moderator: R Scott Hawkins
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08-17-2019
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
FREE Unlimited Unlimited

Join Chiltern Mountain Club for our annual Chiltern Beach Day at Horseneck Beach State Reservation in Westport Point, MA.
Typically about 35-45 people come to the CMC's annual beach day. Members and guests come from CT, MA, NH, RI, & VT.  The club is planning to have a canopy tent for shelter from the Sun. While the event starts about 10am, people show up slowly all morning long, so join us anytime.
Parking
The parking fee is $13 per car for MA residents and $20 per car for non-residents.
What to bring?
Most importantly, Sunscreen, plenty of water, and of course your bathing suit. If you're able, please bring snacks and liquid refreshments (non-alcoholic, of course) to share.

How to find us on Horseneck Beach?
The beach is nearly 3 miles long and parking is approximately in the middle. From the bathhouse and snack bar, take a right at the end of the boardwalk, heading west (towards RI). Follow the paved road (partially covered by sand) and pass through the second major opening in the dunes to the beach, and we usually set up near here on the beach. We may not be able to display any signage (it's against reservation policy), but we are usually the only group with a large, 10'x10' canopy tent.
Info & Traveling:
Click here (http://www.mass.gov/eea/agencies/dcr/massparks/region-south/horseneck-beach-state-reservation.html) for complete details about the beach and reservation. If you're on Facebook, please use the event wall to post comments if you are looking to carpool or find a ride if you don't have a car. Click here (http://www.massdot.state.ma.us/highway/TrafficTravelResources/ParkandRideMap.aspx) for a map of park-and-rides throughout Massachusetts.
Directions:
Many people today seem to have some kind of GPS device or use online maps and directions service, so I'll spare the detailed directions. In a nutshell, to get to Horseneck Beach State Reservation, make your way south via I-95, I-495 or Route 24 to I-195 near Fall River, MA. From I-195 take exit 10 for Route 88 south and that’ll bring right to the reservation!
Calls
Please do NOT wait to call me Saturday morning. One, I might be driving. Two, reception is horrible at the beach. I will not be able to hear you if I attempt to answer.
Contact Scott  if you have any questions. You can reach me by cell/text, 508-685-2499 or [email protected] , also, but please do not wait until Saturday morning to call me.
**Rain Date: Sunday, August, 18**

  Tabling at NoWoCo Pride
 Moderator: Josiah Richards
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07-20-2019
12:00 pm - 05:00 pm
FREE 10 10

Chiltern Mountain Club will be tabling at the first ever North Worcester County LGBTQI+ Pride event.  Of course attendance at the pride event is encourage, but we could also a few volunteers to help staff the table.  We basically answer general questions, accept new members and renewals, and let people know about upcoming events.  Josiah Richards will be your event host for this.  He can be reached at 617-306-3840 or [email protected]

NoWoCo Pride will be at Riverfront Park in downtown Fitchburg, MA.  The festival itself is from noon to 5 p.m.  Josiah will plan to setup around 10 a.m.  For more information, go to www.nowocopride.org.

There are events Friday night and Saturday night after the festival.  If anyone would like to travel to to area for this, Josiah's Airbnb/misterb&b guestrooms are still available.  Anyone willing to volunteer for a couple hours are welcome to stay for free in one of the guestrooms.  He needs to know ahead of time so he can block the date(s).  One guestroom is already booked Saturday night, and weekends are almost guaranteed to get booked, so he needs to know early.

www.airbnb.com/users/4490552/listings
www.misterbandb.com/rooms/239675

  BLOCK ISLAND CYCLING (+HIKING)
 Moderator: Gary Norman
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09-28-2019
10:30 am - 07:00 pm
FREE Unlimited Unlimited

Please join Jonathan, Ron, and me for a day of cycling 15 miles around the beautiful rolling countryside of Block Island.  Most riding will be on paved roads but there are a couple of miles on dirt where larger tires might be better.  Highlights include North Lighthouse, Southeast Lighthouse, Black Rock Beach and Mohegan Bluffs. Or you can make a weekend out of it and book local accommodation for the nights of Friday 27 and Saturday 28 September or Sunday night 29 September for a nice long weekend).

  Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary Hike
 Moderator: Steven Wilkinson
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08-15-2019
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
FREE 15 15

Please, join us at Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary in Natick, Massachusetts (web site: https://www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/wildlife-sanctuaries/broadmoor ) for an easy hike. We plan to explore five to seven miles of trails, depending on group consensus at about the five mile mark. You may want to have bug repellent and something to drink as it could be hot. We'll plan to step off on Thursday, August 15th, at 10:30 a.m.. Parking and admission for Audubon members is free. Non-members are $6 for adults, $4 for seniors (65+), $4 for children (2-12) and E.B.T. participants are free for up to four people when you show your E.B.T. card.

Please register by August 14th, including your electronic mail address and telephone number, so I can let you know of more details or if, on the evening of the 14th, plans change, potentially, due to the weather.  I can be reached, via electronic mail, to [email protected] prior to the 15th.