Families from around the region are invited to a program at Hagge Park this (Sunday) evening that will showcase the wonders of nature at night. From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., attendees will be able to stroll along a short path lit by luminaries and the moon while sipping on free hot chocolate from the Sac County Conservation Education Center. Depending on snow depth, individuals are encouraged to bring personal snowshoeing equipment with them. A limited number of pairs will be available to borrow during the event. The full moon night trek will still be held even if there is not enough snow, but will instead be held as a night hike. There is no cost to participate and everybody is welcome to attend.
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