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Upcoming events at Warrior’ Path State Park

Upcoming events at Warrior' Path State Park

Warriors’ Path State Park has announced a number of upcoming special events and outdoor discovery opportunities.

• May 28 will be the next of “Hiking Adventures” series, which will include an 11-mile “rough and rocky” hike on the side of Holston Mountain, to discover rich woodlands and rare wildflowers.

• June 4 is National Trails Day, and the park will be celebrating with “Trails All Day!” Guided hikes and nature walks will be offered all day, from a sunrise hike at 6 a.m. to a night hike ending after 10 p.m.

• June 18 will be the annual Dragonfly Day — a chance to learn about these amazing insects by spending a day out in the field with two amazing dragonfly experts.

Also, the park will be starting its award-winning “Summer In The Park” activities in just a few weeks, right after Memorial Day weekend. Guided nature walks, evening campfire talks, Junior Ranger activities, and wildlife demonstrations are among the activities that will be offered. The schedule is different each week, and will be posted on the park’s website and Facebook page.

Details about park events can be fund at www.tnstateparks.com/parks/events/warriors-path.

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Hike for Hospice is back at Fisherman’s Wharf Park after two years of self-guided walks due to the pandemic.


The walk is a fundraiser for Victoria Hospice, which provides end-of-life care to patients as well as bereavement services for those suffering the loss of a loved one.


The walk take places Sunday, and includes live music, food and fun for participants of all ages and abilities.


Organizers say the walk is also great way to celebrate a loved one.


“It’s a great opportunity for anyone who is missing someone you love to go out there and be with people who know how you feel, to be with others and to be there for others,” says Annette Quan, a longtime Hike for Hospice participant.


Director Wendy Innes says the walk is part of a national initiative of the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association.


“It’s an incredibly important fundraiser for Victoria Hospice,” she says. “Each year, we need to raise $4 million from the community to provide all the services of care to our patients and their families and we’re hoping to raise $50,000 on Sunday.”


Registration starts at 9 a.m. with the walk starting 10 a.m.

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