Open Space Walk Sunday Afternoon, November 20 to tour the Forest Hill Preserve.

READINGTON TOWNSHIP OPEN SPACE WALK AND OFFICIAL OPENING The Forest Hill Preserve Of Three Bridges Village “A Learning Woods” Self-Guided Nature Trail Sunday, November 20, 2016 Meeting Time: 1:00 PM Meeting Location: Trailhead Information Kiosk End of Forest Hill Drive, Three Bridges (GPS: Nearest house is 27 Forest Hill Dr. Flemington) Park on roadside, along upper end of Three Bridges School Play Fields This walk will officially open Readington’s newest public open space, a wooded area with trails for walking, jogging, enjoying nature and environmental education. Tucked between the Village of Three Bridges and Three Bridges School, and accessible from both forest Hill Drive and, in the village, from Case Avenue, this 23 acre Township property has been developed into a network of trails with information kiosks at the entrances, benches at convenient locations, signs explaining features in the growth of forest life, species tags on unique trees, and a demonstration “deer exclosure.” Park improvements were funded by a PSEG Foundation/Sustainable Jersey Small Grant, and many were constructed as an Eagle Scout project. Please RSVP to: John Klotz, Open Space Advisory Board, or by phone at (908) 782-6452. Indicate your name, number of persons accompanying you, and your phone number. Announcements of Open Space Walks are posted on the Twp Website: Register on the website to receive automatic notices of open space hikes and other Township postings