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Amy Thalmann (left), of Wilmette's Chalet, helps Matthew Holtzman (center), 6, of Glencoe, and his brother Ben, 10, choose seeds for their garden at Trail Day Saturday, Aug. 3. Photos by Rhonda Holcomb/22nd Century Media
Businesses setup booths at Green Bay Trail Day, drawing crowds on Saturday, Aug. 3, in Glencoe.
Asaph Boskey (left) and Amanda Willhite, of Go Goat Catering, serve fruit skewers and pastries compliments of Winnetka's Charles Schwab.
Visitors check out the butterfly hatchery on the trail.
Alexa Burnell, Freelance Reporter
5:03 am CDT August 5, 2019
The Friends of the Green Bay Trail welcomed more than 400 visitors to Trail Day Saturday, Aug. 3, teaching guests how the picturesque path is a superhighway of information aimed at nurturing the earth along with the body, mind and soul.