Saturday, September 26, 2009

Fall Festival Amended

Sunday's forecast is anything but sunny. It may rain, but it won't rain on our parade. We are moving most of the festival's activities inside the nature museum. Pony rides and the petting zoo will be located on the second floor of the museum. JUST KIDDING! They won't be coming, but there will still be plenty to do from 11AM to 4PM.

There's no admission for Sunday's event. A few of the activities and food will still have small fees, but there's plenty to do for free. Here's the schedule of events for Sunday, September 27:
  • 12 Noon and 2:30PM: Live Animal Program - get upclose and hands-on with some of the animals that reside in the nature museum. FREE.
  • 11AM and 1PM: Woodworking for Wildlife - make a bathouse or bluebird nesting box to enhance the wildlife habitat of your backyard (while supplies last). MATERIALS FEE.
  • 3:30PM: Snake Hike and Pond Study - search for snakes in Nichols Field and aquatic life in Bechtel Lake (weather permitting). FREE.
  • Sand Art
  • Track and Fossil Casting
  • Face Painting
  • Coloring station
  • Food
  • Explore the nature museum
We hope you'll join us despite the rainy weather!

-Adam Zorn, Naturalist

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