Learn about hiking in Santa Clarita at a free presentation, “Hiking in the SCV: What You Need to Know,” hosted at the Canyon Country Jo Anne Darcy Library on June 14 at 6:30 p.m.
The library will share hiking opportunities, trail etiquette, and information on how to become a “Trail Ambassador”.
Grab a few friends to come by and learn all about hiking in Santa Clarita. Meet in the CC Meeting Room; no RSVP is required.
The Santa Clarita Library has so much more to offer than books: there are several free programs hosted by the library, including the upcoming “Read for the Win” program. These educational events are available throughout the summer and cover topics from yoga, to tailgating – to hiking.
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