SHERBURNE – Friends of Rogers Environmental Education Center is offering two programs on May 7th at Rogers Center. The first is a Wildflower Hike program, which is a great way to spend time outdoors with Mom on Mother’s Day weekend.
The hike will be on Cush Hill and Marsha Guzewich, retired NYS DEC Environmental Educator, will be leading the hike and identifying wildflowers along the way. This educational program is free to attend and sponsored by the Otis Thompson Foundation.
Participants can register to attend by emailing Simon at email@example.com or calling Friends of Rogers at 607-674-4733. Hikers will meet at the main parking lot of Rogers Center by 10 am and be prepared to drive or carpool to the hike site on Cush Hill. This hike will take place rain or shine and is expected to run until 11:30.
Also, on May 7 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Rogers Center is participating in The New York State Parks & Historic Sites I Love My Park Day. Join us Saturday, May 7 as 150 state parks, historic sites, and public lands across New York State will be hosting improvement projects such as cleaning up parklands and beaches, planting trees and gardens, restoring trails and wildlife habitats, removing invasive species, and working on various site enhancement projects.
This is a great day for family and friends to connect while enjoying the outdoors and also meet some new faces who love the same places. This is a great time for high school students to gain volunteer hours.
Show your favorite park some love, register today at www.ptny.org/events/i-love-my-park-day Parks & Trails New York or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is also our Free Tree Giveaway day, with saplings ready to plant for anyone, first come first served.
Friends of Rogers Environmental Education Center, Inc., a nonprofit organization that offers educational programs for people of all ages. Seasonal hours of the Visitor Center are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, other times by appointment.
– Information from the Friends of Rogers Environmental Education Center