Greenwich Land Trust will celebrate its 19th annual Go Wild! family field day on Sunday, September 23, 2018 from 3:00 – 6:00 pm.
Get ready to enjoy games, live music, food and drinks, and ride on an enormous hot air balloon soaring above Greenwich Polo fields at Conyers Farm, providing a spectacular view of the expansive 62-acre-preserve below!
Go Wild! features activities and entertainment for all ages including the Connecticut Beardsley Zoomobile, a rock-climbing wall, bungee trampolines, pony rides, an inflatable corn maze, autumn crafts, close encounters with a fire truck, Maserati and much more. The ticket price includes all rides and activities, as well as delicious food truck fare from Caffè Bon, Cowabunga, New Haven Pizza Truck, Spuds Your Way, and Taco Pacifco, plus snacks, drinks and adult beverages, served throughout the day.
Live music will also be on hand, showcasing the talented students of BackCountry Jazz, Songs for Seeds, and the rock and blues sounds of Rusty Gear.
New this year, is a beautiful Patron Tent, sponsored by Sotheby’s International Realty and staged by Grey Stone Designs. Patron ticket holders will not only have access to the designated patron lounge and bar, they will be given early access to the event, one hour before the general public, to enjoy all the Go Wild! activities.
Greenwich Land Trust is thankful to Go Wild’s generous sponsors: Sotheby’s International Realty, Orvis, Emerald Tree & Shrub Care Co., Anna Banana by Hoagland’s, Juicy Juice Splashers Organic, Stop & Shop, Whitby School, The Brant Foundation Art Study Center, Dibico, Horseneck Wines and Liquor’s, Miller Motor Car’s Maserati, Megan Sullivan for Berkshire Hathaway, Stephen Gamble Historic Floors and Finishes.
Adult tickets are $65 in advance ($75 at the gate); tickets for children and youth under 18 years of age are $30; and children under 3 years of age are free. All tickets are available now at https://gltrust.org/events/gowild/.
Greenwich Land Trust is a non-profit organization that works to preserve open space, connect communities with nature and inspire the next generation of conservationists. The Land Trust currently preserves and cares for more than 750 acres of woodlands, marshlands, orchards and meadows throughout Greenwich.
Proceeds from Go Wild! support the Land Trust’s efforts to protect the natural resources, historical character, and scenic beauty of Greenwich through open space preservation and environmental education. Learn more at gltrust.org.