All hikes are first-come, first serve, and will arrive at the Haley Farm Meadow before the festivities start.
Be prepared! Wear hiking shoes and dress for the day’s weather—trails will be muddy, slick, and rocky. Pack a water bottle and snacks (or pick up from Fresh n’ Go for early hikes).
8—10:30 a.m.: Food pick up for long hikes only at Fresh n’ Go
9 a.m.: (6-mile) Notch Rd. to Haley Farm Meadow via Bernard Farm and Money Brook Trail – Paresky Steps
9:30 a.m.: (1 mile) Stone Hill – Paresky Steps
9:45 a.m.: (5-mile) Pattison Rd. to Haley Farm Meadow via the Appalachian Trail and Money Brook Trail – Paresky Steps
10 a.m.: (4.5-mile) Roaring Brook Rd. to Haley Farm Meadow via Stony Ledge Trail – Paresky Steps
12:30 p.m.: (3-mile) Hopper Trail/Money Brook Loop – Paresky Steps
1:15 p.m.: Main Buses depart for Haley Farm Meadow, optional 1-mile Hopper Brook Loop on arrival – Mission Park Drive
3 p.m.: Festivities begin at Haley Farm Meadow
4 p.m.: Buses will start to return students back to campus
11 a.m.—12:30 p.m.: All campus picnic on Paresky Lawn; Jazz at Williams, Vive, Cello Shots, Zambezi, Kusika, Ritmo, NBC, and Sankofa perform at Chapin Steps
3 p.m.: Springstreeters, Good Question, Accidentals, Ephlats, and Williams College Choir perform at Haley Farm Meadow
9 p.m.: Astronomy with PULSAR on Cole Field