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Free Event to be held at White Lake in Hardwick Township

Author: Asma Ali

HARDWICK TOWNSHIP, NEW JERSEY (Warren County)- Folks looking for a free event can flock to White Lake in Hardwick, Township on Saturday, September 28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

The event is called, Warren Preservation Day, and features live entertainment, guided tours, storytime for kids, and much more.

Director of Preservation for Warren County, Corey Tierney, says that White Lake is a special place.“The trails are great for hiking, there’s a variety of plants and animals to see, and paddling around the lake is always enjoyable,” adds Tierney. 

In addition to the tours, all are invited to join the Metrotrail group for a morning hike from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. The event will officially start at 10 a.m. with opening remarks by the Warren County Freeholder Deputy Director, Richard D. Gardner, and Hardwick Township Mayor, Kevin Duffy.  

White Lake is a 69-acre spring-fed water body that is managed in partnership with the Ridge and Valley Conservancy. Susi Tilley, Executive Director of Ridge & Valley Conservancy, says that Preservation Day is a perfect day to sample the beauty of nature.

“We are happy it is being held at White Lake this year, so that people can engage in some of the activities that we offer year-round,” Tilley adds. 

The parks offers guided walks, yoga, free kayak rentals, and more throughout the year.

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