The Finger Lakes Museum has finished their season, after hosting 300 this programming season partaking in self-guided paddles, a virtual Paddle Keuka kayaking challenge, Scouts merit badge programs, outdoor concert series and tree plantings, and more.
In addition to programming, trail work in the wetland continued throughout the season. Interpretive signage follows the newly named Sugar Creek walking trail, providing visitors with information on the habitats, flora, fauna and wildlife one might see while taking in the sights along the walk. Two additional themed trails, the painted rock trail and the gnome trail, have been added as well.
The Museum will be participating in FLXGives on November 13th, a one day fundraising event, to raise funds for a fleet of youth kayaks and paddles. Last year’s fundraising was successful in financing the now-completed concrete floor of the Creekside Center barn, which also gained outdoor decking on both side.
For more information, visit the Finger Lakes Museum website.
Photos, from above: Sugar Creek trail boardwalk sign; and kids in kayaks provided by Finger Lakes Museum.