- Associated Press - Saturday, July 21, 2018

CAMPTON, N.H. (AP) - An artist in residence at the White Mountain National Forest is inviting people to join her for a walk.

The short hike is at the Russell Colbath Historic Site outside of Conway, New Hampshire, on Wednesday morning.

It’s being led by Artist in Residence Lorri Deyer.

Before the short walk on the nearby Rail-n-River trail begins attendees can participate in a discussion about the art of honing awareness and “noticing the unnoticed.”

Participants are invited to bring their cameras, sketch pads, pens and pencils.

Deyer, of Los Angeles, will create a field guide exploring how the forest connects uniquely to its users.

Organizers are encouraging registrants to pre-register.


For more info: Email programs@aannh.org or call 603-323-7302.

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