Winter Solstice Nature Walk and Crafts

Celebrate the shortest day of the year with a Winter Solstice tour of pristine upland forests and marshland followed by fun holiday crafts after the walk.  

For the past 50 years, the gracious host for the event, Mrs. Betty Lou Davis, has meticulously maintained and stewarded over 40 acres of woods located at the headwaters of the Nassawango Creek, a major tributary of the Pocomoke River.  The property is visited regularly by birders and naturalists who treasure it's pristine and unique habitats.  It also is the birthplace of famed Chesapeake environmentalist and filmmaker, Tom Horton.
 
Mrs. Davis has placed the property under the care of a private foundation so it's beauty will be preserved long into the future.  Come join us on this unique opportunity to tour this tucked away and hidden treasure of Wicomico County. 
 
Following the walk, Miss Davis will lead a workshop on the traditional Eastern Shore craft of holiday wreath-making using materials collected on the property. 
 
This is a great event for all ages!
 
Please RSVP by Friday, December 13th to ensure we have enough supplies for wreath making. 
 
We hope to see you there!
WHEN
December 21, 2019 at 1pm - 3pm
WHERE
Mrs. Betty Davis's Residence
32191 Spearin Rd
Salisbury, MD 21804
United States
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CONTACT
Matt Heim ·
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