Out of Range calendar: Yoga and wine to trail work around the Squam lakes

September 05. 2018 3:06PM


Sept. 9: Pawtuckaway Orienteering. Orienteering is a map and compass sport where participants use a map to find markers in the woods. Instruction is provided, 10 a.m., Pawtuckaway State Park, 128 Mountain Road. Email unofam@aol.com for more information or visit upnoor.org. $5-$10. ID: 7362680.

Sept. 9: Intermediate Mushroom ID Walk, 10 a.m., Prescott Farm Environmental Education Center, 928 White Oaks Road, Laconia. $30-$32. ID: 7255476.

Sept. 9: Yoga in the Vineyard, 11 a.m., LaBelle Winery, 345 Route 101, Amherst. $15 session or $20 session with wine tasting. ID: 7335005.

Sept. 10: Volunteer Trail Work Day, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., meet at the Squam Lakes Association, 534 US Route 3, Holderness. Focus on clearing waterbars, removing blowdowns, clearing branches that encroach within the trail corridor, and brushing in portions of the trail where the path is unclear. Free. ID: 7373924.

Sept. 12: Get out and hike: Butterworth – Col Trail Loop, noon, Squam Lakes Association, 534 US Route 3, Holderness. The hike is approximately a 3.5 mile loop hike covering Butterworth Trail to East Rattlesnake, Ridge Trail to Col Trail back down to Metcalf Road and then a road walk back to the Butterworth Trail parking area. The trail climbs moderately to East Rattlesnake, a gradual assent up the Ridge Trail, and a gentle decent down past a beaver swamp. Hike at your own pace as this is not a guided hike. Hikers should bring appropriate clothing, water, and food. Free. 968-7336. ID: 7373949.

Sept. 12: Yoga at the Bandstand, 5:30 p.m., Stark Park, River Road, Manchester. $15. ID: 7245053.

Sept. 13: Volunteer Trail Work Day, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Squam Lakes Association, 534 US Route 3, Holderness. Focus on clearing waterbars, removing blowdowns, clearing branches that encroach within the trail corridor, and brushing in portions of the trail where the path is unclear. Free.

Sept. 14: Get out and hike: Belknap Woods, 3:30 p.m., Squam Lakes Association, 534 US Route 3, Holderness. Two loops of 1 mile each. The Beaver Pond Loop travels around a wetland where wildlife is abundant. The Outer Loop climbs over hills and valleys for a pleasant forest walk. Hike at your own pace as this is not a guided hike. Hikers should bring appropriate clothing, water, and food. Free. 968-7336. ID: 7373955.

Sep 15: BioBlitz. Daylong species scavenger hunt in Odiorne Point State Park, where families explore alongside scientists and field experts to find and record data on as many different species in the Park as possible in one day. Exploration teams will be birding, searching for insects, snakes and amphibians, exploring the freshwater pond and salt marsh, tracking mammals, identifying plants and seaweeds, tide pooling and more. Attendees can sign up to participate in all or part of the day, 6 a.m., Seacoast Science Center, 570 Ocean Boulevard, Rye. $10 per person or $30 per family (up to 6 people). Seacoast Science Center members can participate at no cost but pre–registration is encouraged. ID: 7369035.

Sept. 15: Free Fall Fence Building Clinic. Discussion topics will range from winterizing your fence to permanent and semi–permanent electric fence systems to non–electric woven wire and other physical barrier systems. Participants will have hands–on opportunities to try out products and build fence, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Wellscroft Fence Systems, 167 Sunset Hill Road, Harrisville. Free. Information/registration: wellscroft.com. ID: 7364727.

Sept. 15: Nearer to Nature Walk: Cotton Mountain and the battle of the invasives. Learn to identify these intruders while exploring the Cotton Mountain Trail. Learn how to remove some of these unwanted species and how to manage invasive plants in your own yard, 9 a.m., Squam Lakes Association, 534 US Route 3, Holderness. Free. Reservations required: 968-7194 ext. 7. Advance registration is required by noon the day before the program. ID: 7373963.

Sept. 15: Volunteer Trail Work Day, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Squam Lakes Association, 534 US Route 3, Holderness. Focus on clearing waterbars, removing blowdowns, clearing branches that encroach within the trail corridor, and brushing in portions of the trail where the path is unclear. Free. ID: 7373970.

Sept. 15: Thunder Run NH. Distinctive 5K run with 15–17, physically challenging obstacles like mud, tough terrain, water, woods, walls, and fire, all day, New England Dragway, 280 Exeter Road, Epping. For athletes of all levels, first timers and experienced. Early registrations: 2/1 $75 per person, team of 5–15: $65, team of 16+ $55. ID: 6952311.



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