Updated: Dec 27, 2020
Please join us on Sunday, January 3rd, 2021 at 2 PM for a walk to explore Cat Rock and 80 Acres. From before the Revolutionary War to the 1950s, 80 Acres Park was the home of a series of farm families. After the tractors and cows left, it became a nature preserve. It was donated to Weston as conservation land in 1953. The hill at the end of Drabbington Way named Cat Rock, one of the highest points in Weston, used to be a local ski resort. Park at the end of Drabbington Way where we will gather before setting out.
All ages are welcome, as are well behaved dogs on leash. Walkers need not be Weston Forest and Trail Association members, but we encourage you to consider joining as dues support the maintenance of Weston's trails and open spaces. WFTA has been hosting Sunday Walks for over 60 years, but because of the COVID-19 virus, we must organize things a little differently this year. Walks will be capped at 40 people and masks will be required, and we ask that you register in advance. Please be sure to check our home page for any last minute changes.
Update 12/27/20: the walk is at capacity! If you would like to be added to a wait list for the walk, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you before the walk if a space is available for you. In addition, if you signed up for the walk but are no longer planning to attend, please email us so we can open up spaces for others. Thanks for your interest!