PAINT OUT AT RADNOR
Thursday August 12th @ 9am
Join us Thursday morning at the top of Otter Creek Rd and the Dam Walkway. This is a good meeting spot, and from there we can spread out around the lake and trails to paint.
Parking is allowed on the left side of Otter Creek Rd between the Visitor Center and the Dam Walkway. If parking at the Visitor Center, there will be a .15 mile walk to the meeting spot.
Weather forecast shows a really hot day so please be aware and use caution. Also, remember the ‘leave no trace’ guidelines on the website under member resources. Radnor Lake is a State Natural Area and the rules and regulations put in place for its protection are strictly enforced – see www.radnorlake.org for more details.
Interesting ‘wildlife happenings’ to look for this month-
Dragonflies are abundant around the spillway bridge and lakeshore. Duckweed covers large sections of the lake as late-season wildflowers like ironweed, goldenrod, wingstem, narrow leaf thoroughwort and frost weed begin to bloom. A wide variety of butterfly species can be found, especially along Hall Drive and Otter Creek.
If this day doesn’t work for you, we encourage you to grab a friend and go anytime! Also, post here on the group page if you decide to go on your own so others can join you!
Please let us know if you plan to come. Feel free to text or call once you arrive, although be aware that service is spotty.
Brigitte Hubbard 615-498-1141 email@example.com
Donna Brumbergs 860-508-9476 firstname.lastname@example.org
Radnor Lake November 2021 show co-chairs