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Going to Church for a “Make Your Own Storybook” Walk

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Folks of all ages got outdoors for a Make Your Own storybook walk in Westwood

Christine and I have teamed up for more adventures than I can count over the years, but this was the first time we worked together to bring the “Make Your Own Storybook” Walk to the church where she now works. We planned it for foliage season, and couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful day. Continue reading

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Upcoming Make Your Own Storybook Walk, Rice Reservation, Westwood

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Fall is coming–encountering fall leaves along the trail at Rice Reservation in Westwood

It really helps, when leading a group of folks, to have some idea of where you are leading them! While not always possible, it allows us to flounder about, make mistakes with smaller audiences, and figure out strategies in a more relaxed manner.

And so I stopped by First Baptist Church in Westwood, MA, 808 High Street (Rt. 109) which is blessed with access to a portion of the Lyman Pond/Rice Reservation property, right out the back door from the church parking area. We have planned a “Make Your Own Storybook” walk there Oct. 21, 12:45, right after church. The program is free, but registration is required. To register, please call the church office 781-461-1730 or contact Pastor Christine christinekeddy616@gmail.com  Continue reading

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Video–Looking Ahead to Another “Make Your Own Storybook” walk

Here’s a video my friend Liz Harkins created in her work with Milford TV, the community cable channel in Milford, MA. Liz not only paired me up with the folks from the Milford Youth Center, she facilitated the taping, along the banks of the Upper Charles River in Milford, of this 13 minute video about the upcoming “Make Your Own Storybook” walk, planned for May with the Milford Youth Center participants.  https://youtu.be/BdTcRaahlqc

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