Fall Fest at Woodlands Nature Station
October 23, 2017 | Land Between The Lakes Press Release
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