Submitted by Stephanie Graudons,
CommunityCare of Lyme, Program Assistant
Keeping with June’s “Great Outdoors Month” theme, the second Saturday in June is National Get Outdoors Day. For some, outdoor recreation involves physical activity and sports, but getting outdoors doesn’t have to be physically demanding. Celebrate this Saturday (and every day) by setting aside time to enjoy the fresh air, relax and unwind, and make it as active or lazy as you like!
Not sure what to do? Here are some ideas to get you started:
Paddle on the Connecticut River
Nap in a hammock or read a book on the porch
Maintain a garden
Go for a walk or run (& bring your dog!)
Watch for wildlife in the Lyme Town Forest
Enjoy a picnic or bonfire with friends or family
Play pickleball at Post Pond
Enjoy free Qi gong with the Utility Club this month at Post Pond
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