Seasons at the Park


March Madness is in full swing!  Hope you’re doing well in your bracket if you participate.  Quite a few unexpected upsets again!

This March, there are two full Moons!  The first one was the Full Worm Moon on March 1 and the second one, March 31, is the Full Sap Moon (otherwise called a Blue Moon).

The Full Worm Moon was named by Native Americans and it is when the ground begins to soften enough for earthworm casts to reappear, inviting the return of robins and migrating birds—a true sign of spring. In some regions, the second full moon in March is instead known as the Full Sap Moon, as it marks the time when maple sap begins to flow and annual tapping of maple trees begin.

Days are getting longer, sunshine feels great, and time to think of getting outside for that walk … but for those not inclined to be outside just yet, we have a wonderful skyway system and our workout facilities to provide you indoor exercise during these remaining “winter” days!