We’ll use the moonlight to guide us on a hike through the woods and meadows of Boxers’ Trail in East Fairmount Park
Tuesday, April 27, 2021
8:00pm - 10:00pm
2300 N. 33rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19132
“Saw it written and I saw it say, Pink moon is on its way” – Nick Drake
We launch our full Moon hike Series on a stunning night with the April “Pink Moon”, which will be the first of two spring Supermoons, (the second on May 26).
We’ll use the moonlight to guide us on a hike through the woods and meadows of Boxers’ Trail in East Fairmount Park. Learn what wildlife is lurking in the woods in the park after dark. And of course, we’ll discuss the lunar cycles and the meaning of the Pink Moon.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO:
- Appropriate for adults and families with children ages 12 & up. Minors must be registered and accompanied by an adult.
- Please dress according to weather conditions.
- Please bring your own water and snacks (drinking water is not available in the park)
- For optimal moon enjoyment, bring a pair of binoculars
- Friendly dogs on leash are welcome.
- We will use moonlight whenever possible, but for portions of the trail, we recommend bringing flashlight, headlamp, or fully charged smartphone.
- There are bathrooms available at the beginning and end of the hike if absolutely necessary
IMPORTANT: We leave promptly at scheduled times. This is a night hike, after the park has officially closed. Latecomers will not be allowed to join after the group has departed.
COVID-19 PROTOCOLS: By registering for this event you are agreeing to follow ALL of these protocols:
- This event will be capped at 20 people. Please only register if you fully intend to attend and let us know if you need to cancel ASAP.
- All participants must wear a mask for the duration of the event
- Participants must maintain 6 feet of distance from one another during the event
- If you or anyone in your household are exhibiting COVID-19 systems, please stay home.
POSTPONEMENT / CANCELLATION POLICY:
In case of inclement weather or cloudy conditions, the event will be postponed to the following day on April 28. If conditions persist, event will be cancelled and attendees are eligible for a full refund.
Bradley Maule is the Communications Manager with the Mt. Airy CDC. Brad brings a background in journalism to his position handling communications for Mt. Airy CDC—and a four-block commute from his home in the neighborhood. His writing and photography have appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia magazine, and lots of other publications in print and online. He was the founder and editor of Philly Skyline (phillyskyline.com), he is a contributing editor for Hidden City Philadelphia (hiddencityphila.org. Besides being our guided hike guru, Brad somehow finds time to work with other organizations like Friends of the Wissahickon and Chestnut Hill Conservancy.