The Old Hemlock Foundation will open the historic home of George Bird Evans and his wife, Kay Evans, to public tours. The 1782 deeded property is on the National Register of Historic Places. The log home was built in circa 1815. The tours will tell about lives of George and Kay. This tale of love of mountains, art, music, fine writing and English Setters will share about George as an artist, author of mysteries and upland hunting, and breeding the Old Hemlock Line of English Setters. We have two public tours per year. All other visits are by appointment. There are approximately three miles of trails Old Hemlock. Visitors are welcome to use them just by dropping an email to firstname.lastname@example.org so we know you are on the property.
The World's Only Mothman Museum presents the first ever Mothman Geo Trail. A series of 12 caches all relating to the Mothman legend. Activities all day! Giveaways, games, and an introduction to caching seminar for those who have never been geocaching. If you haven't geocached, you can get a little education on it and some help from experienced cachers. Friday evening Welcome Party at the Riverfront Park. Saturday morning Meet and Greet at the Mothman Statue. Mothman Geo Trail contest starts at noon. Saturday evening awards in the Riverfront Park. Register at www.mothmangeotrail.eventbrite.com.