Liv­ing For­est — A Non­scary, fall treat

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Join Mother Na­ture as she in­tro­duces her many wood­land friends at Hobbs State Park-Con­ser­va­tion Area’s “Liv­ing For­est” from 1 to 5 p.m. Satur­day, Oct. 27, to be­gin at the Visi­tor Cen­ter. The cost is free and kids of all ages are in­vited to par­tic­i­pate. Join in this fun, 40-minute, non-scary, fall treat for the whole fam­ily. Strollers and wag­ons are wel­come as you me­an­der along a wide, paved, bar­rier-free path. If you want to be like Mother Na­ture’s an­i­mal friends, come in cos­tume. Plus, there will be crafts and free S’mores — yum.

Lis­ten to each an­i­mal’s story, as they have a lot to tell. These ed­u­ca­tional mes­sages will be un­com­pli­cated and easy for young chil­dren to un­der­stand. Teenagers and adults will learn too. Liv­ing For­est is for fam­i­lies with mem­bers of all ages. Who are these crit­ters who will be de­liv­er­ing the in­for­ma­tive mes­sages? They in­clude a barred owl, deer, spi­der, bat, blue jays, skunk, rac­coon, ea­gle, squir­rel and more. Costumed North­west Arkansas mas­ter nat­u­ral­ists will be de­liv­er­ing the mean­ing­ful mes­sages.

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