Looking for something different to do this Saturday? Why not go outside and get a little exercise?
The Community Engagement Center in conjunction with the Outdoor Engagement Center and the “More Kids in the Woods” grant from the Dixie National Forest presents the Community Outdoor Series for the Cedar City community. The Series is hosting a hike up the Rocky Peak Trail in the Three Peaks Recreation Area this Saturday, February 25th. Everyone is welcome including children!
It will be a leisurely hike and educational! Arrangements have been made to have a Bureau of Land Management recreation technician join the group for the hike. She will talk about the hike and how the BLM manages the land for the public’s use. This hike is the perfect opportunity for those who want to get some fresh air and socialize on the trail with new people. Service Leader Heidi says, “People should come if they have been itching to get outside, and just needed an excuse or someone to go with.”
If you are interested in attending, watch the weather and dress appropriately and bring your own lunch/snacks and water. Meet to carpool in the L.J. Sorenson PE building parking lot at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday. If you have any questions about this hike or the Community Outdoor Series, come into the Community Engagement Center or contact Heidi at firstname.lastname@example.org.