Apologies to our readers if it seems that Catch of the Day is really pushing the whole, go-outside-and-enjoy-the-fall thing. If it’s not one pumpkin patch we’re crazy about it’s another. But we can’t help it. Fall is so full of outdoorsy opportunities, and so many of them come with corresponding foods and fashions. What’s not to love? Take for example, The Cylburn Arboretum’s Soup-N-Walk Series.
Each educational walk is led by a Cylburn naturalist. It’s a perfect way to discover the gardens and woodland trails at Cylburn. Following the walk, a lunch of soup and salad will be served in the Cylburn mansion (lunch in a mansion!) prepared by Chef Nona from Atwaters. As though this weren’t enough, Chef Nona will share with the group her soup-making secrets (which we would say are probably worth the price of admission alone), as well as the nutritional benefits of using local ingredients. The remaining walks are Nature’s Palette—Cylburn Color, Thursday, October 25 and Tree Identification Sunday, November 11. Each walk begins at 11 a.m. The fee for each walk is $20 for members and $25 for non-members. If you need special accommodations, please call two weeks in advance.
To register for a walk, call the Cylburn Office at 410-367-2217 x 104 to reserve a spot. Payment is due at the time of registration. The event does sell out, so please RSVP early.
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