Walking and Wine

When: Sat., Sept. 18 2010

What could be better on a beautiful fall Saturday morning than to get up and go hiking? How about taking a nature walk guided by knowledgeable naturalists from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, followed by a stop at a boutique winery to sample some locally grown and made wine? As part of its Wine Tastings with a Wild Side series, the museum will lead participants on a walk through Beech Maple Forest at Groves Woods to look for salamanders, crayfish, and other wildlife. The group then proceeds to LaLeure Vineyards in Parkman, in the heart of Geauga County's Amish country to relax, drink wine, and tell tall crayfish tales. It starts at 10 a.m.; tickets are $35. To register, go to — Pantsios

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