I-Park, an artists’ residency program and creative community on 450 acres in East Haddam, is re-opening its grounds to the general public on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 19 the 20, from 2 to 5 p.m.
Self-directed trail walks include a boat ride to view the works created for I-Park’s 2013 Environmental Art Biennale.

Participating artists (pictured) are Jayoung Chung (South Korea), Chad Cunha (U.S.), Carmina Escobar (Mexico), Scott Cazan (U.S.), Michael Fairfax (U.K.), Tatiana Ferahian (Cyprus), Adam Frelin (U.S.), Sarah Hirschman (U.S.), Olivier Huet (France), Margrit Neuendorf (Germany), Rainy Lehrman (U.S.), Linda Molenaar (Netherlands), Tim Norris (U.K.), Roger Rigorth (Germany).

To register for free tickets and get directions, visit http://www.i-park.org. Wear comfortable walking shoes and plan to arrive between 2 and 3:30 p.m. No pets.