Looking for something to do this Saturday? Try a visit to the village of Hyde Park, where there will be a games and activities throughout the village between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. that day.

The event on June 15 is occurring in conjunction with the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail Fun Days, and is the culmination of more of a year of gathering community input as part of the Connect Hyde Park project. People can provide final input on that project that day; free cookies and an informational booth will also be available at Fork & Gavel, lawn games can be played at Elsa French Park and kids can paint rocks on the lawn of the Lanpher Memorial Library.

Hyde Park’s Pop-Up History Trail is also launching that day; the 1-mile trail runs through the village with signs and photos of historic buildings and locales. Serving as a test run for a longer-term activity and history trail in the village, the history trail will be open all summer long.

On Saturday people can pick up a map and scavenger hunt list, and anyone who completes the scavenger hunt can turn the completed list in at Fork & Gavel or the library to get a coupon for Hyde Park’s newest business and only restaurant.

With plenty of foot traffic anticipated in the village, drivers are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the celebration.

For more information: connecthydeparkvt.org or 888-2300.

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