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Fall Fest at Woodlands Nature Station

Fall Fest at Woodlands Nature Station

Fall Festival at the Nature Station. Photo provided by LBL.

Woodlands Nature Station hosts Fall Fest Saturday, November 4, from 10am-4pm. Nature Station admission is $5 ages 13 and up, $3 ages 5-12, free for ages 4 and under. Fall Fest features a variety of forest and migration-themed programs including hayrides, live music, nature crafts, and appearances by Smokey Bear.

“This is a perfect opportunity to bring the whole family, enjoy the fall season, and participate in a variety of outdoor programs and activities,” says John Pollpeter, Lead Naturalist at Woodlands Nature Station.

Hayrides are 40-minutes long, $2 per person, and leave regularly throughout the day. On these staff-led rides, participants will enjoy fun nature activities and great wildlife-viewing opportunities. For more information on the day’s activities, visit https://www.landbetweenthelakes.us/calendar/fall-fest-2/.

Fall Fest activities include:

  • Throughout the day: Scheduled visits with Smokey Bear
  • Ongoing 10am-4pm “Should I Stay or Should I Go?” Hayrides
  • Ongoing 10am-4pm Fall Nature Crafts: Build an Animal
  • Ongoing 10am-4pm Handcrafted Willow Furniture Making with local craftsman Justin Roberts
  • Ongoing 10am – 4pm Chainsaw Carving Demonstration with local craftsman Justin Driver
  • 12-12:45pm Fall Music Concert: Brio String Ensemble
  • 1:30-2pm Migrate or Hibernate Animal Program
  • 2-2:45pm Fall Music Concert: Brio String Ensemble
  • 3-3:30pm Puppet Show: The Journey of Monica the Monarch
  • 4:30pm-4:50pm Parade of Raptors
To find more information about Land Between the Lakes, log on to the official website at www.landbetweenthelakes.us or call 1.800.525.7077 or 270.924.2000.

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