10:00 am - 2:00 pm
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The Lunder Center
Are you sick of plodding through the mud along Stone Hill Road Trail? So are we! Join us as we install stepping stones through consistently muddy areas along this classic Williamstown trail. Work involves digging, and also requires being in close proximity to other people (within 6′) for short periods of time in order to move heavy rocks. All tools will be provided. Please bring your own water, lunch, and mask. Work gloves required. Meet at the Lunder Center at the Clark Art Museum. RSVP Required.
Participation will be limited to 6 participants. (Edited 7/15: AT CAPACITY, NO SPOTS REMAINING.)
Plan to follow the latest CDC guidance on COVID-19 safety.
Self-screen before you arrive!
If you or someone in your home can answer ‘Yes’ to any of the following, please stay home:
– Has experienced COVID-19 symptoms during the past 14 days
– Has been in contact with someone with COVID-19
– Has traveled in the past 14 days to a location where COVID cases are high
Please bring a face mask.
Socially distance: Keep 6-feet from other participants and trail users unless they are in your family or pod
Bring your own snacks, water, and work gloves.
Please email Dan Gura at email@example.com with any questions.