Harwich Stroll to Blend Music, Art and Nature

COURTESY OF THE HARWICH CONSERVATION TRUST

COURTESY OF THE HARWICH CONSERVATION TRUST

HARWICH – For the fourth straight year a unique event will be held in Harwich that combines music and art with nature.

The Harwich Conservation Trust hosts the Wildlands Music & Art Stroll on Saturday, September 10 from 1 to 4 p.m.

Residents and visitors will stroll the 66-acre Robert F. Smith Cold Brook Preserve as members of the Guild of Harwich Artists paint ‘en plein air’ and local musicians perform.

The musicians will perform jazz, classical and folk music on the original “piano in the woods.” The music will also feature guitar, clarinet and other instruments.

Attendees will also have the chance to win a raffle for an original piece of artwork from the stroll.

Parking for the stroll will be at Monomoy High School. Inclement weather will cancel the event.

The Harwich Conservation Trust has been preserving land that protects woods, water and wildlife in Harwich and on Cape Cod since 1988.

For more details about the organization and the stroll visit harwichconservationtrust.org.

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