SCHOLARSHIPS EDUCATION CAMARADERIE NETWORKING
On the first Friday of each month a 2 – 3.5-mile walk will be scheduled. Walks will be out-and-back so you can turn around whenever you choose to do so. If the weather isn’t suitable for a First Friday walk, a rain date will be set and emailed. Call (609-475-5649) or email (email@example.com) Jan Stout with any questions.
Upcoming Walk: Due to the persistent heat, the walking group is postponing its walks until September, when the weather is more cooperative.
PAST First Friday Walks
(Cancelled) When: Friday July 8, 8:30 AM. Where: Pole Farm / Mercer Meadows starting from the parking lot /red barn at the intersection of Keefe Rd. and Cold Soil Rd.
When: Wed. June 22 at 9 AM. Where: Pole Farm on Cold Soil Rd. (part of Mercer Meadows) by the barn.
When: Friday May 6, 9:30 AM (cancelled – rain) Where: Veterans Park, Hamilton from the parking lot off Klockner Rd. (Park entrance across from the Steinert High School parking lot).
When: Friday April 1, at 10 AM. Where: Village Park, Lawrenceville. We walked part of the Lawrence Hopewell Trail starting from the parking lot in Village Park off Yeger Rd.
When: March 4, 2022 Friday at 1 PM. Where: Parking lot for D&R Canal Path at Quakerbridge Road (Port Mercer)
When: 1 PM, Friday February 11, 2022. Where: Parking lot on Alexander Rd. / D&R Canal. Connie Loukatos, Margaux McGrath, Jan Stout. 3.5 miles and still smiling.
When: 1 PM, Friday February 4, 2022 Walk (cancelled due to expected rain; to be rescheduled) Where: Mercer County Park marina area 9/11 Memorial, at the top of the marina area parking lot.
When: 1 PM, Friday January 7, 2022. Where: Parking lot on Alexander Rd. / D& R Canal (cancelled due to bad winter weather)
When: 10:30 AM, Friday December 3, 2021. Where: Rosedale Park, 424 Federal City Road, Pennington.
When: 9:30 AM Friday Nov. 5, 2021. Where: Mercer County Park starting from the 9-11 Memorial there (Park near the Marina and walk back toward the main park road.)
On Oct. 1, 2021: starting out at 9:30 AM, the new walking group enjoyed a crisp Fall Day in Mercer County Park.