We are excited to announce that we are collaborating with the Wellfleet Historical Society on two walks discussing the indigenous culture of the local area. On May 26 from 3-5 pm we will explore the Great Island and the Herring River estuary while learning about the native plant and animal life and the May full moon, known as the Flower Moon, Budding Moon, or Corn Planting Moon. On June 30 from 4-6 pm we will meet at Taylor Hill in Wellfleet, the site of the “First Meeting House” also known as the “Indian Burial Ground” to discuss the history of the First People of the area and the June full moon called the Strawberry Moon or Hot Moon.
These walks are being offered free of charge. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Advanced registration is required, don’t miss out as we are limited to 18 participants and spots fill up fast.
An update on our 2021 Reservation Walks in collaboration with the Historical Society of Old Yarmouth:
The first walk on April 10th went well and we are excited to do it again on May 1st, September 4th, and October 23rd. Due to high demand, there will be two walks taking place on May 1st: one at 10am and one at 1pm. Make sure to reserve your place ASAP, spots are limited and filling up fast.
A limited selection of our products will be available for purchase in between the two walks on May 1st. We look forward to seeing you there.