******RESCHEDULED DUE TO WEATHER****** Join O.V. Yonder staff and Andrew Sam, Mountains-to-Sea Trail Alamance County Task Force Leader, as we hike the local Pioneer Trail on Saturday, September 23rd at 10:00am. Pioneer Trail at Cane Creek Mountains Natural Area was built by volunteers and is a 3.4 mile loop hike. The parking area is off Bass Mountain Road across from the corner of Broadrock Road. Please be sure to bring water and wear appropriate clothing to hike in. For questions or more information, please contact 336-438-0091 or email@example.com
Join O.V. Yonder staff as we lead a hike to the summit of Hanging Rock for some "leaf peeping". Leaves change according to elevation and they should be at their peak colors during this time. The hike is 2.6 miles round trip and there are some steep sections and is considered a moderate hike. Please be sure to bring water and wear appropriate clothing to hike in. We will rest at the top to view the leaves and scenery. Feel free to bring a lunch or snack. The entire hike round trip should take about an hour with stops. We will recommend other trails if you wish to continue hiking when we return to the parking lot. We will meet in front of the visitor center. Look for the staff in O.V. Yonder shirts.
The annual Downtown Graham Pumpkin Bash will take place on the Friday before Halloween! This Halloween Festival is a joint effort put on by the Graham Recreation & Parks, Graham Police, and Graham Fire Departments. Join O.V. Yonder as we organize Jeepers Creepers. O.V. Yonder is inviting Jeep owners to park their decorated Jeep in front and near O.V. Yonder Outfitters and provide candy for the trunk-or-treaters. Last year was a big hit and tons of fun, so we are hoping to make it even more memorable this year! Costumes are encouraged. Space is first come first serve. Details with set up time and location of space is to follow.
Join us at O.V. Yonder November 4th at 10am as Bennie Catoe with the North Carolina Bluebird Society and Burlington Bird Club discusses bluebirds and demonstrates how to create a bluebird box. The Burlington Bird Club has 20 bluebird monitors and 170 bluebird boxes throughout Alamance County. The bluebirds begin looking for a place to nest around the end of January/beginning of February, so this is the perfect time to learn about bluebirds and get your boxes set up! A bluebird hike is to follow in the spring, so please check back for that date!! For questions or more information, please contact 336-438-0091 or firstname.lastname@example.org November 4th 10:00am to 11:00am 22 SW Court Square Graham, NC 27253
Nic Ferendo, Assistant Manager, as he hosts the first Introduction to Backpacking event at O.V. Yonder!! Nic will over how to select the right gear, tips + tricks, trip planning, sleep systems, hygiene, places in the area to camp, safety, and more. This event is FREE.