What is better than a Halloween picture book, a beautiful hiking trail, and carved pumpkins? The story will be set up at Cloverdale Conservation Area (63 Great Road, Littleton) from October 31 at 10:00 am through November 1 at 4:00 pm. Ghosts and goblins of all ages are welcome (costumes optional).
Share your carved or painted pumpkins for public viewing by placing them along the pasture trail near the Cloverdale parking lot. No candles please. Pumpkins can be retrieved Sunday afternoon (those not retrieved will be composted).
Please use Covid-19 precautions (mask, maintain distance from other groups, sanitize your hands). If the parking lot is full, we kindly request that you do not park on the road and instead return at a later time.
A Story Walk is an outdoor reading experience where a children’s book is displayed along a walking trail. This event is sponsored by Littleton Conservation Trust, Friends of the Reuben Hoar Library, and the Reuben Hoar Library Children’s Room.