Deerfield Township Service Department - Parks & Recreation
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Living Story Walk

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A graphic of a caterpillar holding an apple with a bite out of it and a monarch butterfly next to an arrow sign.
This event is a collaboration between the Deerfield Township Parks & Recreation Department, The Mason Public Library, and the Warren County Soil & Water District.

Description
  • Explore Kingswood Park through a Living Story Walk down the pollinator pathway, activity stations under the pavilion, and a scavenger hunt through the prairie on the north side of the park.
  • Enjoy The Very Hungry Caterpillar book as you stroll through the pollinator pathway on the south side of the park. Watch for a few surprises along the way as you meet The Mason Public Library volunteers who are helping to bring the story to life.
  • Learn about Monarch butterflies with the Warren County Soil & Water Conservation District through interactive activity stations under the pavilion.
  • Play with Deerfield Parks & Recreation volunteers at the game, movement, and loose parts stations.
  • Adventure to the north side of the park on a scavenger hunt to find characters from Eric Carle's books. Don't forget to pick up a map at the pavilion before you head off to explore!
  • This is a free community event. No registration is required.

What is a StoryWalk?
A StoryWalk transforms the pages of a children's book into signs that are laid out on a trail. Following the path of pages is a great way to keep your body and brain active and healthy!

The StoryWalk Project began in Vermont as temporary installations of laminated book pages. Temporary and permanent installations can now be found at museums, libraries, and parks across the country. Deerfield Township has adapted the original project to create a semi-permanent installation at Carter Park.

The StoryWalk Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Vermont Bicycle & Pedestrian Coalition and the Kellogg Hubbard Library.

Teen Volunteers
  • Teens, 14 - 17 yrs old, can volunteer to help at this event!
  • Learn more and register here.

* Adjustments and discounts will be applied during checkout if applicable. *

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