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A Weekend to Walk and Bike

Thu, 05/11/2023 - 09:22
At Lazy Point
Carissa Katz

Now that it's May, one thing is for certain: It's time to get outside.

Dave Luce of the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society will lead a three-mile walk around Chatfield's Hole in Northwest Woods on Saturday at 10 a.m. The area, reached via Northwest Path, is "one of the town's first open-space land acquisitions for preservation and public use in 1976," according to the society's website. The meeting place is the kiosk on Route 114 near its intersection with Edwards Hole Road, two miles north of Stephen Hand's Path. Mr. Luce can be reached at 917-885-5749.

A Springs to Napeague bike ride previously set for April 29 has been rescheduled by the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society for Saturday morning. Participants will meet at Ashawagh Hall at 10 to discuss the coming season and meet Scott Bluedorn, an artist, before setting off on the 20-mile ride. The pace will be 10 miles an hour, and the expected return time is 1 p.m. Lois Peltz and Jerry Brown are the leaders, and R.S.V.P.s have been requested to [email protected] or, on the day of the ride, 917-747-0885.

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