Fire & Ice Trail Walk, Sat. Feb 24th 5-8 pm
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Join the Friends of Holliston Trails for our Fire & Ice Trail Walk Resheduled

by Press Release
February 14, 2018

Thanks to many new volunteers, Friends of Holliston Trails are thrilled to confirm that our 5th Annual First Night Trail Walk is rescheduled.

Thanks to many new volunteers, Friends of Holliston Trails are thrilled to confirm that our 5th Annual First Night Trail Walk is rescheduled and will now host our evening trail walk on February 24th.

Walkers will enjoy the warmth of fire pits, snacks, and conversations with neighbors as they make their way to Phipps Tunnel. New this year: the StoryWalk at Cross Street will be lit and supported by volunteers.

We hope to see you on the trail!

 

 

 

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