June 10, 2017
Rhododendron State Park is named after its unusual 16-acre grove of wild rhododendron. The rhododendron grove, which is the largest in northern New England, was designated a National Natural Landmark in 1982. A 0.6 mile-long universally accessible trail encircles the grove and a wildflower trail winds through the forest adjacent to the grove. From early spring to the first frost, wildflowers bloom throughout the park. Visitors exploring the trails are often serenaded by song birds which live in the grove.
Come and join your fellow artists for painting, drawing, photography, or any portable medium in the fresh air. GALA member and local artist, Joe Smith will lead the group for an informal day of being creative.
What will you need? Anything that will help you create art outside of your studio. The hope is for a couple of hours capturing the scenery as only artists can, then convening for a gathering afterwards to gain perspective on the day's results.
Rhododendron State Park
424 Rockwood Pond Rd
Fitzwilliam, NH 03447
If you have any questions please contact Joe Smith at 978-249-2306, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register online. Deadline is Wednesday, June 7.
Rain Date: Saturday, June 17