‘Storybook Trail’ Open in Central Park
The Hannibal Parks & Recreation Department’s third Storybook Trail starts Monday, April 21, in Central Park.
Anyone walking along the trail April 21 through May 5 can pause to read the pages of “Why Would Anyone Cut a Tree Down? ” by Roberta Burzynski. The book was donated by Missouri Department of Conservation.
Mary Lynne Richards, promotions and planning supervisor with Hannibal Parks & Recreation, said the book will be in place during Hannibal’s Arbor Day activities and the book gives the basics of tree care and benefits. “This is a free, family-oriented activity,” she said. “This is a way to promote our parks, get people moving and encourage literacy.”