Friday, September 26, 2014
Connecticut Audubon Society to host 'Halloween at the Enchanted Forest'
The Connecticut Audubon Society invites you to "Bring your ghosts and goblins for a hoot of a Halloween at the Enchanted Forest" on Oct. 24, according to a release.
"An excellent nature-themed alternative or addition to the traditional Halloween celebration, the Enchanted Forest introduces fascinating, entertaining (and educational!) information about nocturnal animals in their natural habitat," the release said.
"Participants will have a fun – but not scary – experience when they are escorted around the luminary trail by volunteers who light the way with flashlights." the release said. "The night also features fall-themed craft making, Halloween snacks and a chance to meet some of the Center’s creepy and crawly critters. Children are encouraged to wear costumes. The Enchanted Forest is held rain or moonshine."
Guided walks leave approximately every 15 minutes beginning at 5:30p.m. and the last walk leaves at 7:30 p.m., the release said. Pre-registration and pre-payment required at time of registration. Call 203-259-6305 ext. 109 to reserve your walk time. Program fee: CAS members $10/child, $2/adult; Non-members: $15/children, $2/adult. "Call early or you don’t stand a ghost of a chance. "
All proceeds support Connecticut Audubon Society environmental education programs. Visit www.ctaudubon.org for additional programs.Editor's note: All information in this post was contributed. Click one of the buttons below to share it.
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