Celebrate Earth Day on the Bluff: April 21

Sunrise to SunsetJoin Friends of the Bluffs as they try to set a record for the most number of people to “Hike the Bluff” in one day. Visit www.redwingbluffs.org for up-to-date information or email David Anderson at redwingbluffs.com.

Schedule of Activities:

Sunrise to Sunset – Self-Guided Hikes

8:00 am – Trail Run with the Red Wing Trail Runners

8:00 am-12:00 – City of Red Wing “Putting Plans into Action” (Plans for the Bluff, Plans for the Riverfront Trail to Colvill Park and Prairie Restoration Information)

9:00 am-10:00 am – Goodhue County Historical Society “Pop-Up Museum” (Please bring artifacts and historical pictures to share)

9:30 am – City of Red Wing Carlson Kiln Tour

10:00 am – 3:00 pm – Red Wing Public Library Story Walk

11:00 am – City of Red Wing Carlson Kiln Tour

11:00 am-12:00 – Goodhue County Master Gardener “Flowers on the Bluff”

11:00 am – 3:00 pm – Audubon Minnesota (Mississippi Flyway, Minnesota’s Bird-Friendly Community Program and Kid’s Activity – Great Migration Challenge)

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm – Sunrise Lady Ellen Lentsch

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm – Red Wing Public Library “Walk & Write” (For Young Writers in Grades 5 and up)

2:00 pm -3:00 pm – Goodhue County Master Gardener “Flowers on the Bluff”

Time to be announced – Red Wing Park Naturalist “Guided Hikes”

Additional Activities:

Picnic on the Bluff – Gather the family, pack a picnic and enjoy lunch or supper on the overlook or in a Bluff Prairie!

Geocaching – Friends of the Bluffs will be placing a special Earth Day cache on the bluff for the day.

He Mni Can/Barn Bluff Bingo – Friends of the Bluffs Keychain/Compass to the first 250 children who complete a bingo.

We will keep updating this post with additional events and times as other groups join us. Keep checking back or subscribe to our blog to always receive our latest events news.