The Tucker Nature Preserve Holiday Open House is Sunday, Dec. 15.
The event, scheduled 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., is a fundraiser for the Park Pride grant, according to a press release from the Friends of Tucker Nature Reserve.
The open house features:
Crafts: Pine-cone decorating and making Leyland Cypress wreaths.
Boys Scouts: Troop 129 will share info on their trail-blazing projects.
Trail Hiking: Take a self-guided tour through the park, or join a guided tour (1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.).
Holiday Cheer: Hot apple cider, free cookies, delectable homemade sweets.
Live Music: Tucker’s own Zach Whiteis.
An excerpt from the press release:
This is a fundraiser for the Park Pride matching grant we won earlier this year. The event is free so any donation is appreciated. Thanks to Park Pride, we now have a group picnic table area for large parties and events! We still have matching funds to raise, so please donate what you can to Tucker’s best kept secret. If just fifty Tucker residents gave $10 a piece, we’d be well on our way to improving Tucker’s beautiful downtown green space.
See you Sunday, the **15th** between 1pm – 4pm. Park across the street at Wal-Mart and walk over to the park via the crosswalk at 4408 Lawrenceville Hwy, Tucker. Or park at the Cofer-Tucker Library and walk the 1/2 block up Lawrenceville Hwy to the Preserve.