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Rain or Shine Club

Presented by the Royal River Conservation Trust, the Rain or Shine Club explores your backyard with a concise, thoughtful outing on Thursday of each week. Join the club for a free guided adventure that takes place under any weather conditions. The next two of them occur in New Gloucester.

On Thursday, Feb. 2, 10 a.m., the club visits Chandler Mill Pond, 250 Chandler Mill Road, for the first time. If winter decides to prevail, the group can explore the shorelines from the ice; if spring persists, they can explore the pond from the shoreline.

On Thursday, Feb. 9, 10 a.m., the site is Pisgah Hill Preserve – South at 74 Dougherty Road. Come help RRCT Stewardship Director Kyle Warren pack the trail, make luminaries, and build a snow bar at Full Moon Celebration Preparation for their sixth annual hilltop soirée. Call 632-6112 for more details.

Rain or Shine Club

The Rain or Shine Club explores your backyard with a concise, thoughtful outing each week. Join the Club for a fun & well planned, no cost, guided adventure. Every Thursday, always 10 AM, always free; rain (or snow) or shine.  Experience your neighborhood in new ways and learn where to explore across town.

Rain or Shine Club at Pisgah Hill Preserve

The Rain or Shine Club explores your backyard with a concise, thoughtful outing each week. Join the Club for a fun & well planned, no cost, guided adventure. Every Thursday, always 10 AM, always free; rain (or snow) or shine.  Experience your neighborhood in new ways and learn where to explore across town.  We will visit different locations each week in Yarmouth, North Yarmouth, Pownal, New Gloucester,  Cumberland, Durham or Gray.

The Rain or Shine Club is geared toward young families. Load your babies in backpacks or come toddle along. Everyone from infants to grandparents are welcome. We keep the group together so everyone enjoys their trip into the wild knowing there’s a safe return as part of the plan.

Bring a friend and meet new ones. Adventures are typically an hour or two but we are flexible according to the group. The terrain is always pretty accessible but most trails are not suitable for wheeled travel. During the winter, snowshoes are needed for most outings.

Be mindful of the weather, and dress accordingly. Bring appropriate gear, snacks and a thermos or water bottle. Check back here for any updates or changes. Well behaved dogs are usually welcome with a leash.

If you are running late or need better driving directions please call or text Kyle. We have cell service at nearly all of our trip locations. (207)632-6112.

Rain or Shine Club at Intervale Preserve

August 13, 2015, Thursday at 10am, New Gloucester Intervale Preserve 

The Rain or Shine Club is going Treasure Hunting! We’ll have crayons and paper to take rubbings of the treasures you find home with you.

Every Thursday, always 10am. Join the Royal River Conservation Trust to explore your preserves and trails, bring a friend and meet new ones. Adventures are typically an hour but we are flexible according to the group. The terrain is typically pretty accessible but most trails are not suitable for wheels. During the winter, snowshoes are needed for most outings. The rest of the year we will be hiking, walking or just generally stomping about.

The Rain or Shine Club explores your backyard! Join the Club for a short no cost, guided adventure. Every Thursday, always 10 AM, always free, rain (or snow) or shine.  Experience your neighborhood in new ways and learn where to explore across town. We will visit new locations each week in Yarmouth, North Yarmouth, Pownal, New Gloucester, Cumberland, or Durham. Check this page for details and schedule of locations. The Rain or Shine Club is geared toward young families. So load your babies in backpacks or or bring the kids and grandparents. We keep the group together so everyone enjoys their trip into the wild knowing there’s a safe return as part of the plan.

It’s a great way to meet other young parents. It’s also popular for new residents, neighbors, or folks of all ages who want to get to know our organization and explore new trails.

Be mindful of the weather, and dress accordingly. Bring appropriate gear, and a thermos or water bottle. Check back here for any updates or changes. Cooperative, friendly dogs are welcome with a leash and plastic bag.

If you are running late or need better driving directions to find us please call or text Kyle. We have cell service at nearly all of our trip locations. (207)632-6112.