Friday Night Lights at ChesLen Preserve

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Date(s) - 07/10/2015
12:00 am

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ChesLen Preserve

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WHAT: Join Natural Lands Trust and WXPN for a relaxing evening of live music, adult beverages, delicious treats, crackling fire, star gazing, and sunset socializing at the picturesque ChesLen Preserve in Unionville, Chester County.

• Live music by Black Horse Motel and New Sweden.
• Complimentary beer from Victory Brewing Company, wine from Brandywine Valley Wine Trail, non-alcoholic beverages, and both sweet and savory treats.
• Stargazing with Chesmont and Delaware Astronomical Societies. After sunset, astronomers will train their telescopes on faraway planets and stars, and invite you to take a peek.

WHEN: Friday, July 10, 8:00 to 11:00 pm (Rain date: Saturday, July 11)

WHERE: ChesLen Preserve, 1199 Cannery Road, Coatesville, PA 19320. ChesLen Preserve is a 1,263-acre nature preserve owned and managed by Natural Lands Trust. It includes sweeping agricultural fields, densely wooded stream corridors, and rare serpentine barrens. There are many points on the property from which visitors can gaze for miles in any direction and see virtually no signs of modern development.

WHO: This event is suitable for adults ages 21 and older. No dogs or coolers, please.

HOW: Tickets are $25 per person; only $15 per person for Natural Lands Trust and WXPN members! Space is limited and pre-registration (no walk-ins) is required. To register, visit www.natlands.org/fridaynightlights

ABOUT: Natural Lands Trust is dedicated to protecting the forests, fields, streams, and wetlands that are essential to the sustainability of life in eastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey. Since its founding in 1953, Natural Lands Trust has preserved more than 100,000 acres, including 42 nature preserves totaling more than 22,000 acres. Today, millions of residents enjoy the healthy habitats, clean air and water, bountiful recreational opportunities, and scenic beauty provided by the lands the organization has preserved. For more information, visit www.natlands.org.

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