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Join the trail crew for a day of trail maintenance to get our trails cleared, safe & ready for the winter hiking season. Safety equipment & tools will be furnished (personal gloves & tools optional). Long pants, long sleeves, and sturdy boots are recommended for all participants & are required for power equipment operators. Also, bring lunch, water. bug spray & sunscreen. Contact leader for more information.Rachael Augspurg[masked] cell[masked] [masked]
Leesburg Public Library, 100 E Main Street. Google Map[masked] [masked] Use the entrance on Main Street. Meeting room just inside the entrance to the library. We are meeting on the third Thursday's throughout this year due to new library schedule and one hour earlier at 5:00 PM. We meet at the Leesburg Public Library, 100 East Main Street in the meeting rooms at the front of the library. Meeting starts at 5:00 PM. Please bring your aluminum cans to recycle in non-dripping plastic bags and a snack to share. Open to the Public. Program: Scot Bisping,Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, will discuss the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
October is Movie Night (with popcorn!) = The Promise of the Wekiva, Florida’s Lost Empire, and Florida Everglades: A Canoe Adventure. Get to know your fellow FTA members, with guests always welcome. The meeting will begin at 6:30 with a social period followed by short announcements at 7:00 pm. Snack foods and beverages are appreciated. Don't forget to bring your aluminum cans for recycling and a flashlight for finding your car after dark! As always, the public is invited.
Join us for this in and out hike where we will start to the right on the old railroad berm that leads along the creek. Here we can look for the 50 year old mama gator and maybe some baby and teen gators. After one mile we will reach the St. John's and hike another mile right along the river to the disused canoe launch where we can pull out our drinks and a snack. Mostly shade. This hike is rated moderate due to uneven terrain, multiple tree roots and gopher tortoise holes. Public is invited. Bring water, snack, sturdy shoes and bug spray. For more information, contact leader: Pamela Swanson [masked] [masked]