Over three weeks, we offered a series of three programs about fitness during the winter.
For our first program, we had Doug Dunlap, a local author who writes hiking guides, visit the library. He talked about winter preparedness for hiking.
The following week, Jim Toner, director of the the University of Maine Farmington Fitness Center, discussed the Mainely Outdoors Program, which offers low-cost equipment rental and group activities like hikes.
For the final program, we led a group snowshoeing along some local snow mobile trails, followed by a potluck of soup and warm drinks back at the library.
A rural Maine library led patrons on a snowshoe outing, followed by potluck soup and warm drinks at the library.