Crossroads hosts "Green Friday"

On November 26th, you’ll have the chance to learn about evergreens during the event at the Crossroads at Big Creek named “Green Friday.” Although the day after Thanksgiving is known as the first of the holiday shopping season, Crossroads has planned this event for those who would rather spend the day outdoors. Coggin Herringa the program director and naturalist at Crossroads at Big Creek described the programs that families can look forward to.



Their “Green Friday” will be filled with family-oriented programs that will teach you about various evergreen trees and their history with Christmas across the years. Families are welcome to join in the programs for the day or choose just one or two to attend. There will be four different programs available, each with its own activities. The first will begin at 930 am, the second at 10:30 am, the third at 1:00 pm, and the fourth at 3:00 pm. The day of programs is completely free for anyone to come and learn about evergreen trees and enjoy the outdoors.

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