Take a FREE Natural and Cultural History Hike Through Trees led by Jim Demetre, local writer and tree enthusiast, along Des Moines Creek to the shore of Puget Sound this Saturday, Oct. 13.
This free, open event will start at 9 a.m. at the Des Moines Creek Trailhead in SeaTac.
Through his observations, Jim will link the natural and cultural history of Washington’s “Waterland City.”
Paved trail, relaxed pace with frequent stops, probably most suitable for adults. Rain or shine!
Spanish speakers are welcome: un Recorrido de Historia Natural y Cultural a través de los árboles – con la traduccíon al español ofrecida por el Interprete Certificado Ismael Landin.

WHAT: A Natural and Cultural History Hike Through Trees
WHEN: Saturday, October 13, 9 a.m.
WHERE: Meet at the Des Moines Creek Trailhead, 2151 S 200th Street, SeaTac (overflow parking at Angle Lake Light Rail Garage; map below).
INFO: For more information, visit https://sococulture.org/calendar/


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