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Fall Foliage, Tasty Treats and Cat Chat Hike

Sunday, October 1, 2017

10:30am

Join us for our next BKC hike

KENNEDY PARK

WITH FREE CHOCOLATE AS A REWARD AT THE END OF OUR HIKE

This is a moderate hike. We plan to venture one and a half miles each way through lovely woods with some short steep ups and some flat areas.

We are so thrilled to offer this hike in coordination with the wonderful chocolatier of Chocolate Springs, Joshua Needleman, and with the expertise of one of our newest BKC members, Dr. Sally Umlauf of the Lenox Cat Hospital. Joshua will honor us with a free taste of chocolate at the end of our hike. Sally will answer any of your pet questions along the way (yes, she’s a cat veterinarian but her knowledge of all pets knows no bounds).

Meet at the trailhead in the back of Lenox Commons.

Directions: Head north on Main Street in Lenox until it ends at Rte.20/Rte. 7. Take a left and then at the first light take a left into Lenox Commons. Head to the back of the parking lot, past Rhythms, and behind the large park where you see the sign for Trailhead Parking.

Come hike with fellow BKC members!

Bring water, a snack if you would like, and appropriate footwear for hiking.

Co-Leaders: Robin Yates and Peter Sibner

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Rain cancels

Please email to register for hike: selberyates@gmail.com

Those who register will be emailed if hike is cancelled

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Celebrate the Harvest Potluck

Saturday, September 16, 2017
5pm

Home of Karen and Mehernosh Kahn
1292 Lenox Mountain Rd.
Richmond, MA
Phone: 413-441-2937
Harvest Celebration and All Things Indian

Celebrate the Summer Harvest and Karen Kahn’s garden!
Indian theme as well. Karen Arp-Sandel will give a talk on her fabulous journey to India last Winter. Janis Bowersox accompanied her and will be a guest also. Following dessert there will be dancing, outdoors, weather permitting.

Directions: Take the road in back of Kripalu past the Apple Tree Inn. Pass Olivia’s Overlook at top. Pass Shark Rock. The house is the third driveway on left after rock.

Note: Please bring a main course or dessert and label all ingredients.

To host future potlucks contact Patrice Farrell at patricefarrell7@gmail.com

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BKC Potluck

Sunday, June 25, 2017
6pm

Home of Niti Seip and Tim Martin
171 West Park Street
Lee, MA

Fifteen years ago, Niti volunteered to host the May 2002 BKC Potluck at her home in Lee. The first quests to arrive were Tim Martin and his daughter Veronica. Tim and Niti tied the knot that year, December 14. You never know who you’ll meet at a potluck!

Directions: Heading southbound on Route 20 (Main Street) through the village of Lee, turn right where it ends at the three way intersection at the hardware store. Cross the railroad tracks. Take the first right onto St. James Street, to park your car. Then walk to its beginning, cross to West Park Street to Niti and Tim’s at 171 West Park Street. It has a big porch, directly across the street from St. James Street.

Note: Please bring a main course or dessert and label all ingredients.

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Hike and Herb and Wildflower Identification on Lenox Mountain

Saturday, June 10, 2017
9:30 am

As we hike, we will identify plants and learn about their uses both historical and modern with Herbalist and  Flower expert, Naomi Alston.

We will hike for approximately 2 hours Water and bug repellent are recommended.

Come hike with fellow BKC members on this easy-moderate hike. We will again explore the beautiful BNRC property, leaving from Olivia’s Overlook

Hike begins with 5 minutes of silent walking to connect with yourself and nature.

Co-leaders Lynn Meyers and Naomi Alston
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Directions: Park at Olivia’s Outlook, accessed from Walker St. or Rt 183 in Lenox, up Richmond Mountain Road 0.4 miles, parking lot is on the left coming from Lenox.

Please email to register for hike: Ldeemeyers@aol.com. Those who register will be emailed if hike is cancelled due to weather.

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