FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
BOB ROTATORI - 216-635-3263 - or -
DAN CRANDALL - 216-635-3274
November is good time to reflect and be thankful of others,
including Native Americans who have helped shaped many things that
are used today.
Join Cleveland Metroparks in discovering the impact of Native
Americans in the following free programs in November:
Nature A La Carte: Fort Hill
Sunday, November 7 �2 - 4 p.m.
Fort Hill � Rocky River Reservation
Fort Hill and its ancient earthworks have long been landmarks of
local interest. Hike to this summit any time between 2 and 4
p.m. and meet a naturalist at the top to learn about the people who
built the earthworks and why they were built. Fort Hill is
located behind Rocky RiverNatureCenter which is located at 24000
Valley Parkway, between Cedar Point Road and Shepard Lane in North
Olmsted. For more information, call 440-734-6660.
Saturday, November 27 �1 - 2:30 p.m.
John J .Donnelly Rocky River Nature Center� Rocky River
Make cordage (fine rope) from natural materials with methods
used by Native Americans. Rocky RiverNatureCenter is located
at 24000 Valley Parkway, between Cedar Point Road and Shepard Lane
in North Olmsted. For more information, call
Experience the impact of Native Americans with Cleveland
Metroparks - part of your life, naturally!