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Walk in indoor comfort at Borgess Health and Fitness Center We're on a mission to help you improve your health - one step at a time. Join our Healthy Steps walking group and receive: an initial walking assessment, assistance with goal setting, instructor led warm up and cool down, group walking time , instructional information and a club t-shirt. All for just $20 per year! We meet every Tuesday and Thursday at 8:00 a.m. Call[masked] for complete details!
Kalamazoo Nature Center invites you to attend: Venture outdoors after dark to enjoy the quiet, learn about animals that are active at night, and look at the night sky! Dress to be warm and qalk quietly., No flashlights, please! Evening admission fees apply. KNC members free Non-members: $5 adult, $4 senior
Sierra Club of Southwest Michigan invites you to join them at this morning winter hike. Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy's (SWMLC's) Nate Fuller will lead a hike through Chipman Preserve. If there is snow you may want to bring snowshoes; but hiking boots would be fine as well. Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy's Chipman Preserve features forest, grassland, and rolling savanna. Nate Fuller, SWMLC's Stewardship Specialist, will lead the hike. Nate can call in owls! SWMLC events are rarely cancelled due to weather - unless there’s a chance of thunder and lightning. If storms are predicted, check SWMLC'S website or Facebook page Opens in new tab a few hours before the hike. Directions: Chipman Preserve is in the 8000 block of East Main St., 3 miles east of Sprinkle Rd. between 30th and 33rd Streets in Comstock Township (Galesburg). The preserve entrance is on the north side of the street.
Candlelight Trails: Under the Wolf Moon Saturday, January 19 7 – 9 pm January’s Wolf Moon was traditionally named for the hungry wolf packs that pointed their faces toward the sky and howled. Come enjoy the sights and sounds of winter on candlelit trails and learn about Michigan’s total lunar eclipse, which will occur on January 20 – 21. After hiking the trails, warm up in the Visitor Center with a crackling fire, coffee, and hot chocolate. Weather permitting, stargazing and snowshoeing also may be available. PCCI Members FREE Non-Member Adults $6; Children $3 Snowshoe rental: PCCI Members FREE Non-Members $5 A limited number of snowshoes are available; pre-register to reserve a pair. Optional Carpool: Use the comment block below to organize a carpool.