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Cosmo
03-24-2009, 15:45
Walkin' Jim will be performing live at the Triplex Cinema in Great Barrington at 7pm on April 7th. This is a kick off event and fundraiser for the AT Communities project in conjunction with Great Barrington Trails and Greenways <http://gbtrails.org/>. GB Trails, AMC and ATC have a full season of events planned to celebrate connections between the town and the surrounding trails (including the AT). Among the highlights, AT hikers in the area in June will be interviewd by local 6th graders and a radio broadcast created from their work. Efforts are being made to create a camping area in town (near the brew pub), so hikers getting off trail in GB can attend to their town business w/o the high price tag of seasonal lodgings. There are also many non-AT events planned (there are other trails, you know). A full schedule will be posted soon.

Walkin' Jim <http://www.aldha.org/stoltz.htm>, has become an icon for trails and conservation activism. Not only that, he sings pretty good and knows his way around a guitar.

If you haven't seen him before, I would definitely recommend making plans to attend if you are in the area.

Cosmo

WalkinHome
03-25-2009, 21:39
Here in Maine too!!


A Multi Media Celebration of Wilderness With One of
America’s Most Unique Folksingers and
Back Country Travelers WALKIN’ JIM STOLTZ
Belgrade Regional Conservation Alliance presents
Location:
Belgrade Community Center for All Seasons
Date: Wednesday, April 22nd
Time: 7:00 P.M.
Phone: 207-495-6039
E-mail: brca@gwi.net
www.belgradelakes.org
PO Box 250
Belgrade Lakes, ME 04918
Celebrate EARTH DAY & Support the KENNEBEC
HIGHLANDS Forever Wild
A stirring journey in song, slides,
stories and poetry across the wide
open spaces and through the windows
of time with a man who has
walked over 26,000 miles through
North American wildlands.
Tickets: $ 10
Benefits the
Kennebec Highlands
Phase III Campaign
BRCA conserves the lands, water quality, and
natural heritage of the Belgrade Lakes Watershed.