We will also have some un”bear”ably good refreshments for our young visitors (gummy bears, chocolate chip bears, cinnamon bears and teddy bear juice).
Events will take place at the summit between noon and 2 p.m. Heavy rain or thunderstorms will move the events to July 28.
Please allow plenty of time for hiking with children, bring plenty of water and be sure they have sunscreen, snacks, sturdy hiking shoes and a backpack that is not too heavy!
I’d like to thank NYSDEC Forest Ranger Kenny Gierloff for making this event possible.
Rick Brockway writes a weekly outdoors column for The Daily Star. Email him at email@example.com.