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Mercer Town Forest River Trail (last Monday of month)


Date/Time: Mar 27, 2023 | 03:00 P.M. - 05:00 P.M.
Venue: Mercer Town Forest River Trail (last Monday of month)
Address: Elm Street, Mercer, ME, USA
Instructor: Constance Woodworth

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This is a slow moving half mile long wander through the woods of Mercer. There is a slight hill we must walk up to get our center location. We will begin with a somatic meditation and then notice purposefully as we invite the forest to interact with us.

Special Instructions

Park as far off of the road as possible, and car pool if you can to reduce the impact of vehicle travel in the area. Dress appropriately for the weather; we may encounter ice, mud, or snow. Bring water or another beverage and perhaps a snack for the end of our time together.

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Event Details

Date/Time: Mar 27, 2023 | 03:00 P.M. - 05:00 P.M.

Approximate Duration: 2 hours

Venue: Mercer Town Forest River Trail (last Monday of month)

Address: Elm Street, Mercer, ME, USA

Instructor: Constance Woodworth


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