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Join us Saturday, October 13th, at 1:00 PM at the Beatties Ford Road Regional library, 2412 Beatties Ford Road, Charlotte, NC 28216, for a free program to learn about the many ways people with visual and physical disabilities can enjoy access to America’s parks, monuments, and trails. Learn about thru-hiking adventures, National Park accessibility, frog calls, and more!

Program Features

  • Trevor Thomas, a North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped patron and wilderness traveler, who will discuss his adventures, including thru-hiking with guide dog Tennille to places like the Mountains to Sea Trail, Long Trail, and Colorado Trail.
  • Ray Bloomer from National Center for Accessibility who will discuss accessible National Park Service attractions like the Pearl Harbor Memorial, Statue of Liberty, and St. Louis Gateway Arch.
  • Kelley King, Park Superintendent at Haw River State Park, who will introduce the audience to frog calls and discusses adaptive programs available through North Carolina State Parks.

Brought to you by the North Carolina Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped and the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.

Special Accomodations

Please contact library by Monday, October 1.

Register today!!!

Please register by Friday, October 5.