Broadway and the Kreher Preserve and Nature Center in Auburn aren’t as far away as you might think. In fact, from July 30 to 31, you can find them both in the same place. The Auburn Area Community Theatre is bringing famous songs to the Kreher Preserve with A Musical Walk in the Woods.
What is a Musical Walk in the Woods?
Imagine, walking through the Kreher Preserve in the evening, taking in the fresh air. Then, from a safe distance, you can see—and listen to—someone performing iconic Broadway and theater songs. This guided tour offers just that, with singers from the Auburn Area Community Theatre showing off their vocal range with incredible songs!
The tour itself lasts 90 minutes, giving you time to rest and take in the tunes! You can even learn fun facts about the musicals and their history too. As for the path itself, it will be simple, offering a relaxing walk.
The creators of A Musical Walk in the Woods and those at the Kreher Preserve have worked together to take precautions to keep all visitors safe. Groups will be no larger than 15 people, and everyone must wear a mask. Extra masks are provided if you don’t have one.
Guides and performers will practice social distancing—so make sure to do your part and stay six feet away from those not in your household. We also suggest bringing hand sanitizer with you. Finally, please wait in your car until 15 minutes before your walk—and listen to your guide at all times.
You can find the Kreher Preserve at 2222 N. College St. The event lasts from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on July 30 and 31. Don’t forget to order your tickets! They cost $7 for adults and $5 for kids aged five to 18. Kids younger than 5 may attend for free.
There’s nothing like a good song to lift our spirits! Enjoy great tunes and a bit of fresh air at A Musical Walk in the Woods this week. We bet it will be a real hit!
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