Fall is full of new discoveries for your little one. Hold your lil' acorn's hand in an unforgettable morning. Share with your youngster the fascinating changes that occur in fall through song, sensory activities, a puppet show and a short walk through the woods. An adult must be registered with each registered child. Recommended age is 2-3 yrs. Cost is $7 per person.
Event begins at 10:00AM
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