GREEN BAY - A new trail in Green Bay is giving people more than just a walking exercise.
Northeast Wisconsin's first "Born Learning Trail" was dedicated outside the Brown County Central Library Thursday.
The trail, which is in the rear garden area, is designed to help early-childhood brain development.
Ten signs suggest activities ranging from games to communication development.
"This is really a perfect tie in with what the type of work the library has been doing for many years, and that is, getting children ready to read and so when this opportunity came up, we just had to jump at it," said Sandy Kallunki, Brown County Central Library.
Money from the United Way and an area family paid for the trail.
Organizers say the goal is to have at least one trail installed in Brown County every year.
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