• Date
    Saturday September 28, 2019 at
    10:00am to 2:00pm EDT
    past event
  • Type
    Festival
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike Horse Hike
  • Location
    Dupont State Recreational Forest, North Carolina United States
    3045 Sky Valley Rd, Hendersonville, NC 28739
  • Registration
    Open Free
DuPont Forest Festival 2019
Festival Details:

On September 28, 2019 (National Public Lands Day) Friends of DuPont Forest is throwing a party for DuPont State Recreational Forest and we invited all our friends. Join us for the second annual DuPont Forest Festival. The event is FREE and open to the public.

Where?
Guion Farm Access Area in DuPont State Forest

What time?
10AM-2PM Saturday September 28, 2019

More Information at: https://www.dupontforest.com/forest-festival-2019/forestfestivalschedule/

Scheduled Events

9:30AM (pre-Festival event)
- Forest trail maintenance discussion with Mary Smith, DuPont Forest Recreation Specialist and Tim Johnson, Senior Planner for Destination by Design

10AM
- Yoga and hike with Namaste in Nature
- Hike to Wintergreen Falls with Greenville, SC hiking club
- Kids bike clinic with Blue Wall Adventures
- Adult technical skills ride with Piney Mountain Bike Lounge
- Yoga with Yoga and Massage

10:30AM
- Forest trail maintenance field assessment with Mary Smith, DuPont Forest Recreation Specialist and Tim Johnson, Senior Planner for Destination by Design
- Kids bike tour with Squatch Bikes
- Storytelling – History of DuPont Forest
- Using the Avenza App in DuPont Forest Demo

11:00AM
- Nature walk with Muddy Sneakers
- Poker ride with Red Wolf Bike Tours

11:30AM
- Using the Avenza App in DuPont Forest Demo
- American Chestnuts in DuPont State Forest (presentation and hike)

12:00PM
- Orienteering with the WNC Orienteering Club
- History tour to Thomas Cemetery

1:00PM
- Kids bike clinic with Blue Wall Adventures
- Wildlife of DuPont Presentation with our resident wildlife guru, Alan Cameron
- Kids bike tour with Squatch Bikes
- Yoga with Yoga and Massage

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