Join the Georges River Land Trust for a cross-country moonlight ski Saturday, Jan. 30, 6-8 p.m. on Lake St. George.

GRLT volunteers Christine and Todd Beacham will lead the ski from the parking lot by the lakeshore to Millstone Island, where a large skating area is cleared. Depending upon conditions, bring skis, snowshoes or skates. Join the hosts afterwards for a bonfire and hot chocolate at their nearby home.

Meet at the Marshall Shores access to Lake St. George on the southwest corner of the lake, located on Stickney Hill Road in Liberty. This event is free and open to the public (families welcome). Call the GRLT office at 594-5166 to register and for further directions.

Lake St. George is one of 20 ponds and lakes in the Georges River watershed and is the headwaters of St. George River. This winter event is part of the land trust’s continuing series of activities, connecting the public with the vast resources of the Georges River watershed and surrounding areas.

Other upcoming events include a workshop presented by Midcoast forester Morten Moesswilde on the “Basics of Managing your Woodlot” Monday, Feb. 8; “Animal Tracking” led by Laura Sebastianelli Saturday, Feb. 13; and the second annual eagle watch led by Don Reimer Saturday, Feb. 20.

Organized in 1987, the Georges River Land Trust works to conserve and steward the natural resources and traditional character of the Georges River watershed region for the public benefit.

For more information on the Georges River Land Trust and its programs, check the Web site grlt.org, e-mail info@grlt.org or call 594-5166.