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Apple Fest @ Homeplace 1850s Working Farm and Agricultural Museum
Apple Fest @ Homeplace 1850s Working Farm and Agricultural Museum
Oct 16 all-day
The apple harvest is in and it is time to celebrate! Come out and join us at Apple Fest October 15 and 16.  Take in the autumn air and celebrate the s3eason!  Join us as we explore the uses, history, and crafts around this most famous of all the fruits!  Enjoy the fall colors and the fall temperatures outside in…
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11:00 am Homeschool Fall Learning Series – Art and Anatomy – Fish Printing @ Woodlands Nature Station
Homeschool Fall Learning Series – Art and Anatomy – Fish Printing @ Woodlands Nature Station
Oct 20 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Using ink rollers and replica fish participants will create multiple artworks.  Participants will learn and label the parts of the fish and explore their creativity through this Japanese art form. Call 270-924-2020 to reserve your spot. $3.00/participant. Pre-registration is required.  Program limited to 25 participants. Program meets at Nature Station picnic pavilion and does not include admission to the Woodlands…
10:00 am A Hogwarts How-O-Ween: The Sorcerer’s Stone @ Woodlands Nature Station
A Hogwarts How-O-Ween: The Sorcerer’s Stone @ Woodlands Nature Station
Oct 22 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Young wizards and witches, welcome to your first year at Hogwarts! Be sure to attend your classes on time, beware the troll in the dungeon, and complete the challenges to find your very own Sorcerer’s Stone! Between classes, make a magic wand, learn spells, and meet some fantastic beasts! You’ll walk with professors and prefects, search for Aldo the baby…
1:00 pm Spooky Stories and Superstitions @ Homeplace Working Farm and Agricultural Museum
Spooky Stories and Superstitions @ Homeplace Working Farm and Agricultural Museum
Oct 22 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
It’s spooky season at the Homeplace! Bring an iron horseshoe, a pinch of salt, a four-leaf clover, and maybe some garlic for good measure because we’re talking folklore and superstitions. What are they? How did they get here? Come find out!