Brownsboro Alliance offers many educational opportunities and fun events throughout the year, including wildflower and tree walks led by local experts, night hikes and wiking (wine and hiking). Youth programs provide outdoor opportunities for various school and community groups from Oldham and Jefferson Counties.
Spring Wildflower Walk 2019
Brownsboro Alliance’s Spring Wildflower Walk on the Brownsboro Trails with Tavia Cathcart Brown
Sunday, April 14th, 2019 at 2:00pm
Free for BATA Members, Guests $5/Family $25 max.
Tavia Cathcart Brown is a BA favorite and an expert in her field. BA is excited for her return to the trails for this family-friendly event! Tavia is the Executive Director of Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve and co-author of the field guide, Wildflowers of Tennessee, The Ohio Valley and The Southern Appalachians (2nd Edition).
BATA Volunteer Day at BSA Adventure Camp
Brownsboro Alliance is pleased to continue our partnership with the Boy Scouts of America, Lincoln Heritage Council in 2019. We invite you to join us for BATA Volunteer Day at the Boy Scouts Adventure Camp on Monday, April 22, 2019. More details to come. The Scouts have been wonderful to work with this year on trail projects and events, like the West End School Day on the Brownsboro Trails in July. We look forward to supporting each other on our upcoming events in 2019.
BATA Fundraiser at The Village Anchor
Join us on Sunday, May 19th at The Village Anchor to support Brownsboro Alliance! By simply joining us for dinner, you can help BA’s mission to renew and reconnect the economy, environment and community of Brownsboro in Oldham County. There is no extra cost to you. Just let The Village Anchor know you are dining out for Brownsboro Alliance & they will donate up to 10% of your check to BA!
RESERVE NOW: villageanchor.com/reservations or call (502) 708-1850. Be sure to mention you are joining us on behalf of Brownsboro Alliance!