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Big Creek Connects – Event

Fall Hike: Brooklyn's "Oxbow" (the Kingdom)
Sunday, October 27th, 2019
1:00 pm

Brooklyn's Laurel Garden Club & Big Creek Connects invite you to:

Explore this hidden green treasure (with fall colors) — Brooklyn's "Oxbow." We'll be joined by Cleveland Museum of Natural History naturalist Garrett Ormiston to learn about native plants within this forested area and the wetland habitat within the abandoned streambed of Big Creek

PLUS learn about restoration and trail plans that seek to conserve, enhance and connect Big Creek with the community, including the stream restoration project in Brooklyn Memorial Park.

Park behind the Brooklyn Fire Station & meet in its Community Room, 8400 Memphis Ave., 44144, 1 pm. Dress for the weather & muddy trail.

Begin and end with light lunch and Halloween treats. We will return to the Community Room near 3:00 (Browns play at 4).  If you will join us, please register so we can plan refreshments. This should be peak fall foliage weekend in NEO!

Questions: or 216-269-6472.

Brooklyn Greenway showing Oxbow area
Oxbow hike in winter
Partner: Laurel Garden Club
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Big Creek Connects

P.O. Box 609272 | 4352 Pearl Road, Suite C
Cleveland, Ohio 44109

Big Creek Connects is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.  Founded in Cleveland in 2005 (as Friends of Big Creek) to conserve, enhance, and bring recognition to the natural and historic resources of the Big Creek watershed and develop a recreational trail network that connects these resources to each other and the community.  


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