Bill Reid, Chief Ranger with The Last Green Valley, presents “Connecting the Drops: Source to Sea through the Last Green Valley”

02/12/2016 - 7:00 pm
Community Room of the Canterbury, CT Town Hall
1 Municipal Drive - Canterbury, CT 06331

There will be a brief business session at 7:00 pm, followed by the program & refreshments.
Free and open to the public.

Paddling the Quinnebaug (Photo by A. Dabrowski)
Paddling the Quinnebaug (Photo by A. Dabrowski)

You are warmly invited to join us when Bill Reid, Chief Ranger with The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor, presents a program entitled “Connecting the Drops: Source to Sea through the Last Green Valley.” This program provides a visual paddle down the rivers, streams, lakes, and ponds of The Last Green Valley all the way to Long Island Sound. Explore the water resources of our beautiful region and learn how to ensure good water quality for future generations.

You’re Invited
Canterbury Historical Society programs are free and the public is warmly invited. Get to know us a little. We’re a pretty friendly bunch. The business session, which begins at 7:00, rarely lasts more than half an hour. If you want to skip it and just come for the program, plan to arrive about 7:30.

The Canterbury Historical Society’s regular monthly meetings are normally on the second Friday evening of the month, except for July and August, when we take a summer break.

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