StoryWalk at Pineland Farms
*StoryWalk is a 1-mile stroll on our trails while stopping to read along the way. The StoryWalk Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Vermont Bicycle and Pedestrian Coalition and the Kellogg-Hubbard Library.
StoryWalk is also available as a self-guided option. We will be switching out our StoryWalk book approximately every 2 weeks. We hope you and the littles enjoy a walk in the woods and a book this summer.
StoryWalk begins near the disc golf courses across from the Market at 15 Farm View Dr. New Gloucester, ME. Look for the white sign pointing the way. Call education at 207.650.3031 with any questions.
2023 Story Schedule:
June 3rd – June 16th “The Tiny Seed” by Eric Carle
June 17th – June 30th “Silly Tilly” by Eileen Spinelli
July 1st – July 14th “The Cow Said Neigh” by Rory Feek
July 15th – July 28th “The perfect Nest” by Catherine Friend
July 29th – August 11th “Click Clack Moo” Doreen Cronin
August 12th – August 25th “Tractor Mac: Harvest Time” by Billy Steers
August 26th – September 8th “Pigs Eggs” by Katherine Sully
September 9th – September 22nd Big Chickens” by Leslie Helakoski
September 23rd – October 6th “Otis and the Scarecrow” by Loren Long
October 7th – November 30th “Fletcher and the Falling Leaves” by Julia Rawlinson
October 21st – December 1st “The Mitten” by Jan Brett
December 1st – January 5th “The Iciest, Diciest, Scariest Sled Ride Ever!” by Rebecca Rule
January 6th – February 2nd “Owl Moon” by Jane Yolen
February 3rd – March 1st “The Mitten” by Jan Brett
March 1st – April 5th “How to Tap a Maple!” by Stephanie Mulligan
*Storywalk takes place on our Nordic trail system and we recommend adventurous strollers only as the surfaces can be uneven and there are inclines.
During the winter months please be aware that the trail surfaces may be covered in ice or snow. Strollers may not be passable and skis or snowshoes may be recommended. Please visit the Outdoor & Fitness Center for rentals if needed.
Please use caution when enjoying Storywalk. This is a family-friendly trail.