WNC Nature Center hosts 42nd annual Hey Day Fall Festival

Press release from Western North Carolina Nature Center: 

On Saturday, October 6th the WNC Nature Center will host their 42nd annual Hey Day fall festival from 10am-4pm. The event includes fun for the whole family: games, crafts, music, special animal education moments, food vendors and more!

Event activities include apple decorating, a scavenger hunt, face painting (additional fees apply), temporary tattoos, and exciting animal programs with furry and feathered ambassadors. Professor Whizzpop will also be at the Center providing fun entertainment for kids and families.

Food will be available for purchase from Papa John’s Pizza, Melt Your Heart food truck, The Nibble and Sip snack cart, and Kona Ice.

Regular Nature Center admission rates apply; Friends members receive free admission. Additional event information available at wildwnc.org/event/hey-day-festival and through the WNC Nature Center’s Facebook page.

The Friends of the WNC Nature Center appreciate the support and generosity of this year’s sponsors including: Festiva, The Biltmore, White Oak Financial Management, Carolina Alliance Bank, BrickStreet Equity Management, Landmark Landscapes, Hummingbird Insurance, REACH of Asheville, GreenHands Healing Center, US Cellular Premier Locations, and Charlotte Street Animal Hospital.

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