“May the Fourth” rides feature Star Wars characters, collectables
RUTLAND- Come Alive Outside and its partners are inviting Star Wars fans of all ages and abilities to get out on the trails in honor of the Star Wars commemorative day, “May the Fourth.”
One hundred Grogus (Baby Yodas) have been lost on two trails in Rutland County and it is up to you to find them! If you find a Grogu, you may keep him.
Jedi Trails will be taking place on April 30 from 11 am to 1 pm in Poultney at River and Rail Trail, and on May 1 from 11 am to 1 pm in Rutland at Pine Hill Park on the Lower Georgetti Trail.
Besides providing hidden Grogus, Come Alive Outside, Partners for Prevention, and Slate Valley Trails will have information on their organizations, games, and prizes available at these events.
If you attend these events, you may even encounter some of your favorite Star Wars characters.
The Jedi Trails are sponsored by Partners for Prevention in partnership with Slate Valley Trails, Pine Hill Trust, Rutland Recreation and Parks, and Come Alive Outside.
For more information on the Jedi Training Trails visit comealiveoutside.com/jedi-trails+.