The South Portland, ME, Land Trust sponsors a “Get to Know Your Trails” walk series, designed to help participants experience and learn the history of highlighted trails in the City.
The next walk is scheduled for Friday, 31 March (beginning at 9:00 AM), at the Trout Brook Nature Preserve. This walk is “geared toward the whole family, from infants to grandparents (well-behaved dogs included).” The walk is considered to be fairly easy (lasting no longer than one hour) and will take place on dirt trails.
South Portland Land Trust
Facebook: South Portland Land Trust
City of South Portland
Wikipedia: South Portland, Maine
“By always taking out and never putting in, the bottom is soon reached.” – Spanish Proverb
As part of its effort to encourage residents to license their dogs, the Lebanon, NH, City Clerk’s Office hosts a contest for Lebanon’s Top Dog. The contest is open to all dog owners whose dogs are registered in the City.
For more information about this initiative, please visit:
City of Lebanon: Top Dog Contest 2017
City of Lebanon
Wikipedia: Lebanon, New Hampshire
“The time for action is now. It’s never too late to do something.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery
The North Andover, MA, Senior Center is sponsoring a “Spring Into Action” Health Fair on Monday, 27 March (9:00 AM-2:00 PM).
Planned activities, among others, include special keynote guest speakers (preregistration required), five-minute chair massages, free blood pressure service, haircut advice, information about Elder Community Services and Community Safety Services.
North Andover Senior Center / Elder Services
Town of North Andover
Wikipedia: North Andover, Massachusetts