OUTDOOR TRAILS

APPALACHIAN TRAIL CONSERVANCY

ROANOKE APPALACHIAN TRAIL CLUB

URBAN MOUNTAIN ADVENTURES

WILLIAM ATKINS- LOCAL GEAR REPAIR

BOTETOURT PARKS, RECREATION AND TOURISM

BOTETOURT SEARCH AND RESCUE

FAST TRACK PAIN AND MOBILITY SOLUTIONS

BATH FITTER

LAND OF A THOUSAND HILLS

WALKABOUT OUTFITTER

APPALACHIAN VOICES

NANSEMOND RIVER BAPTIST

BANK OF FINCASTLE

SKYLARK HAMMOCKS

VICKYMON'S FUNNEL CAKES

OUTDRZ.NET

HEAD COUNT

HOMEMADE SLIME

ROANOKE VALLEY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY

GARY THE SHUTTLER- AT T-SHIRTS



GREGORY

EXOFFICIO

MARMOT

OUTDOOR RESEARCH

MOUNTAIN KHAKIS

ADIDAS


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  SATURDAY JUNE 2, 2018

TROUTVILLE TOWN PARK

FRIDAY JUNE 1, 2018

VENDORS

SCHEDULE

5:00PM-7:00PMFREE THRU-HIKER DINNER/

                                      COMMUNITY SOCIAL                                                                            TROUTVILLE TOWN HALL


8:00-10:00PMFREEASTRONIMICAL OBSERVATION WITH TELESCOPES AND BINOCULARS PROVIDED BY THE ROANOKE VALLEY ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 

                                TROUTVILLE TOWN PARK




TROUTVILLE TRAIL DAYS

PRESENTED BY OUTDOOR TRAILS

8-10AM- PANCAKE BREAKFAST

                         FREE FOR THRU-HIKERS, $5.00 FOR COMMUNITY/DONATIONS ACCEPTED

10AM-8PM- TROUTVILLE TRAIL DAYS

     LOCAL VENDORS/ARTISANS

     LIVE MUSIC ALL DAY

     12PM-TUBING TRIP- (THRU-HIKERS ONLY)  -

                         SHUTTLE LEAVES  AT 11:30AM
     PROVIDED BY TWIN RIVER OUTFITTERS

   GUIDED HIKES ON THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL- PROVIDED BY THE            APPALACHIAN TRAIL CONSERVANCY AND THE ROANOKE ATC

         1:00PM- EDIBLE  WILD PLANTS HIKE-

This gentle, family-friendly hike follows the A.T. northbound for about 2.5 miles as it threads under I-81 between highway 220 in Daleville and Route 11 in Troutville. This narrow strip of public land features a surprising variety of habitats, from forest to field to streambank, plus some nice views of Tinker Mountain.
We'll see how many flavors we can find in the woods, from tart sourwood to sweet blackberries and minty birch stems. Hike leader Kathryn Herndon-Powell is bringing plant and animal field guides so we can look up any interesting birds, mushrooms, flowers, trees and animals that we encounter.
Please bring water, snacks, sun protection (hat and/or sunscreen), a rain coat or poncho, hiking shoes and any other essentials you typically bring on a day hike. The hike leaders will have first aid kits and maps.


CONTESTS/ACTIVITIES

*HAMMOCK HANG OUT AREA PROVIDED BY OUTDOOR TRAILS          

*FREE BODYWORK DEMOS AT FAST TRACK PAIN AND MOBILITY BOOTH

*INTERPRETIVE TRAIL TIMELINE OF THE AT AND 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE NATIONAL TRAIL SYSTEM AT THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL CONSERVANCY BOOTH

*KELLY KETTLE DEMOS AT URBAN MOUNTAIN ADVENTURES BOOTH

*ATV AND HIGHWIRE FOR KIDS AT THE SEARCH AND RESCUE BOOTH

*FREEZE DRIED FOOD SAMPLES AT OUTDOOR TRAILS  BOOTH 

*COOKING/STOVE DEMOS AT OUTDOOR TRAILS  BOOTH               

*EDUCATION ON WILDERNESS FIRST AID

*BACKPACK FITTING AND BASIC HIKING PREPARATION AT OUTDRZ.NET BOOTH

*FREE COLOR SHEET FOR KIDS AT OUTDRZ.NET BOOTH

*HOMEMADE SLIME

*HUGE PLAYGROUND

* FOOT WASHINGS AND SUPPLIES FOR HIKERS PROVIDED BY NANSEMOND  RIVER BAPTIST CHURCH

                 *RAFFLES AT MULTIPLE BOOTS FOR PRIZES:     

              DONATED BY:                     

                     OUTDOOR TRAILS  AND OTHER COMMUNITY RETAILERS


     FOOD

     CHILDREN'S AREA

     HUGE PLAYGROUND

    

     RAFFLE FOR CAMPING PACKAGE

WORTH OVER $2,000!!

DONATED BY OUTDOOR TRAILS



4:00-8:00PM- FREE CONCERT IN THE PARK  

FIRECRAKER JAM