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Reservations Now Being Accepted for Spirits of the Furnace Night Hike
The Friends of Cunningham Falls and Gambrill State Parks, Inc. are now accepting reservations for the 4th Annual Spirits of the Furnace Night Hike on Oct. 15. Visitors will explore the 125-year history of the Catoctin Iron Furnace during the quarter-mile hike, meeting re-enactors that share past stories of factual events and local lore. For reservations, call 301-271-7574.
September 6, 2005
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