Blissful Hiking 2020 Speaking Schedule

Come hear "Blissful" give inspirational and motivational talks through PowerPoint presentations, gear and literature displays. "Blissful" is a wealth of information on hiking that spans from Florida to the Appalachian Mountains and west to the Rockies of Colorado.


**Now Booking speaking events for PA, MD, VA and NY for  Late Fall 2020, January 2021 in  FL, and Winter 2021 ** 

Check out our Workshop and Programs Page to book an event in your area! Offering Adult and Children's programs and Adult workshops. 

Email: blissfulhiking(at)gmail(dot)com for informational handout on programs, testimonials, and what I offer! 


2020 Spring Presentations 

UPDATE - All spring programming CANCELLED due to the Pandemic - But I will be happy to do hiking adventure programs for the late Fall and into 2021 - email me for details  blissfulhiking(at)gmail(dot)com



March 21 - Culpeper County Library,  271 Southgate Shopping Center, Culpeper VA
11 AM Gators, Guts and Glory - Adventures Along the Florida Trail

CATSKILL MOUNTAINS NEW YORK TOUR
Mountains, Madness and Miracles - 4000 Miles of Appalachian Trail Stories at Four area libraries to choose from!

April 1st - Marbletown Community Center, Main Street, Stone Ridge NY - hosted by the Stone Ridge Library 
6:30 PM

April 2nd - Cairo Public Library, 15 Railroad Ave, Cairo, NY
6:30 PM

April 3rd - Sally Hull Hallock Free Library, 56 Main Street, Milton, NY - part of the Tea, Talks, and Workshops events
3:30-5 PM

April 4th - Town of Ulster Library, 860 Ulster Ave, Kingston, NY
11AM - 12 PM

April 13th - The Ranger and the Bear- Children's Appalachian Trail Adventure - Twin Hickory Library, 5001 Twin Hickory Rd, Glen Allen, VA
2 PM

April  14th - Greene County Library, Main Street, Stanardsville, VA
Gators, Guts and Glory - Adventures Along the Florida Trail
6:30 PM 

Looking for a hiking adventure program for your group or library?


Email blissfulhiking(at)gmail(dot)com for information, questions, and rates! Years of speaking experience and 10,000 hiking miles in multiple states!







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