A Fiddler, A Horse Farm and a Harvest of Ice

A Fiddler, A Horse Farm and a Harvest of Ice: A Short History of the Dixie Corridor

Friends of the Clinton River Trail (FCRT) invite you to an Open House featuring guest speaker Carol Bacak-Egbo, Special Lecturer at Oakland University, on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 at 7:00 p.m., River Crest Hall, 900 West Avon Road, Rochester Hills.

A Fiddler, A Horse Farm and a Harvest on Ice: A Short History of the Dixie Corridor

A Fiddler, A Horse Farm and a Harvest on Ice: A Short History of the Dixie Corridor

Beginning as a Native American earthen path and developing into a concrete thoroughfare, the Saginaw Trail has been a critical route for over 500 years. Come learn about the fascinating history of 23 miles of this historic trail which is now known as the “Dixie Corridor.”

This evening will also feature news and updates on local trails as well as snacks and cash bar.

Friends of the Clinton River Trail, is a volunteer organization committed to making the Clinton River Trail a safe and enjoyable destination for all users. The CRT passes through five cities in the middle of Oakland County: Rochester, Rochester Hills, Auburn Hills, Pontiac and Sylvan Lake. For additional information go to www.clintonrivertrail.org.

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