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Brodhead Watershed Assn Annual River Ramble Aug. 10 In Monroe County
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The Brodhead Watershed Association in Monroe County invites everyone to join them for the annual River Ramble on August 10 from 1-4 p.m., at the ForEvergreen Nature Preserve in Analomink. There will be entertaining activities for the whole family.

Whether you like to walk, pedal or paddle there will be something for you to enjoy, from nature walks, eagle nest viewing, kayaking demonstrations and guided bicycle rides (you must supply your own bicycle) it is a celebration of the Brodhead Creek and the watershed in which we live and play.

Some of the regions finest naturalists and water resource experts will be on hand to share their love of the Brodhead Watershed with all. Everyone is invited to stay for refreshments from 4-5 pm in the old Evergreen Golf Course clubhouse during the traditional 'After Ramble' party. All of the presenters will be on hand in a relaxing atmosphere to visit with everyone.

Pocono Lawn and Landscape and Mountain Creek Stables are helping to sponsor this special event.

The suggested donation is $10 for members or $15 for non-members, with a $2 discount for pre-registration.  Children under 12 are free.

If you would like more information on the day’s activities or other opportunities to get involved with BWA, visit the Brodhead Watershed Association website or call 570-839-1120.

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