MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- The Mount Kisco Historical Society and Conservation Advisory Council are sponsoring a history and nature guided walk on Oct. 3.
The walk will show evidence of the 14,000 foot Alpine high mountains and mile high glaciers that shaped the hills and valleys of Mount Kisco.
In addition to the nature, the walk will also cover the history of Mount Kisco and its ties to the Revolutionary War. The walk will visit the site where 5,000 troops camped during the war and St. George's Church, where George Washington and General Rochambeau met.
Meet at the Pagoda in Leonard Park at 10 a.m.
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