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7th Annual Canal Sweep at Hudson Crossing Park

April 22nd - 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Join Park volunteers for our annual trail clean-up and clearing.

Over two miles of waterfront trails and overlooks, gardens, and "Pocket Parks" will benefit from your time and effort. Bring a picnic lunch and take a break to enjoy Eagle Point Overlook or the Play Garden Picnic Pavilion.

Grab your work boots and gloves, bring nippers or clippers, buckets or rakes, and come help us "Make a Difference" at Hudson Crossing Park!

"Drop-In" volunteers are welcome.

Please bring a bucket, yard tools, and work gloves.

Trail clean-up: - Maintenance - Landscaping - Clear invasive species & brush at overlooks

Click HERE for information about this statewide event at:

Dates for Event:

April 22, 2012

How this event is Distinctive and Authentic to the Character of Lakes to Locks Region

Help steward our region's natural resources

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 Distinctive Recreational Attractions

For More Information, Contact:

Marlene Bissell

Hudson Crossing Park

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Latitude: 43.112763600
Longitude: -73.577585200
Elevation: 108 FT (33 M)
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