14 March 2008

ASL Orienteering Day

Wheaton Regional Park, MD
Sunday, March 30, 2008

What is orienteering?  Many say its the perfect blend of an exciting cross-country race in a wooded setting with the added challenge of navigating using a map and your mind.  For others, it's a relaxing family group hike down a scenic trail.  Come join the fun!!  Find out how exciting the sport of orienteering is.  You don't need to sign up in advance, just show up and have a blast hiking and navigating in the woods.  Come by yourself or bring your friends and family.  Any way you try it, you'll find O' is the way to go.
  • FREE ASL beginners' instructions but please come between 10 am to 11 am.
  • Registration between 11 am to 1 pm.  Event ends by 3 pm.
  • Entry fee ranges between $4-10 (depending on age, membership, amount of maps needed)
  • Compass and e-punch rental provided.
Directions:  From I-495 exit 31; take Georgia Avenue north 2.5 miles.  Look and follow the o-signs on the right at the Arcola Avenue intersection.  Left onto Orebaugh Avenue to the dog park (back of park).

If you have any questions regarding to orienteering and/or join our email list, please don't hesitate to ask Patti / Mark Mace:  MMOrienteer@yahoo.com

Want to learn more about orienteering, come to a free presentation at:
CSD (Communication Service for the Deaf)
452 Prospect Blvd.  Frederick, MD
Friday March 14, 2008 - 7 pm - 9 pm

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