Cumberland Now Volume 1, Issue 8 - Page 30

Diversions SEPT. 1-30 Cumberland County Hiking Marathon Ongoing Various trails Hike 26.2 miles individually or in small groups on specially selected trails as you practice social distancing. It’s the ideal way to get in steps and see the Plateau’s hidden treasures. hikingmarathon.com NOTICE TO OUR READERS All events were scheduled at time of publication and are subject to change. Please contact the venue to confirm before heading out. Note: You may be asked to wear a face covering or mask at some events. Most event organizers request that those in attendance adhere to social distancing guidelines. Email calendar items to reportnews@ crossville-chronicle.com for inclusion in upcoming issues of Cumberland Now and The Scene. SEPT. 5 Crab Orchard Mountain Wildflower Walk Crab Orchard Mountain (Lone Star) 9 a.m.-1 p.m. | Free Botanist Larry Pounds, Tennessee Citizens for Wilderness Planning and Tennessee Native Plants Society will join TennGreen Land Conservancy for a 4-mile informative walk about the many species of aster, goldenrod and other flowers. Meet at 34 Executive Dr., Crossville, to caravan to the walk site — and remember to wear sturdy shoes and weather-appropriate attire. Participants may want to bring water and a hiking stick. Preregistration required. eventbrite.com SEPT. 6 Parade of Breeds Horse Show Wildwood Stables 1450 Westchester Dr. 3-7 p.m. | Free Boarders and staff will offer information in a presentation on a variety of horse breeds in this fundraising event for Standing Tall Life Skills Program. A meet-and-greet with students, horses and riders will follow the program. D.J. and Donna Garrison will provide entertainment, with food by Christy’s Grub Pub. Donations to Standing Tall appreciated. 931-200-2195 standingtallofcrossville.com 30 | Cumberland Now • September 2020