Hallowfest 2013 attracted more than 175 people to Trees For Tomorrow for a morning of fun, educational activities on Saturday, Oct. 26.
Children and adults decorated pumpkin- and owl-shaped cookies, participated in a candy-counting contest and enjoyed a walk on the forest trail while participating in a scavenger hunt.
They also learned about bats, wolves and owls during presentations by Trees For Tomorrow teacher/naturalists; and met Orion, a great-horned owl, and Google, a ball python.
Many children came in costume. Several families took advantage of the horse-drawn wagon rides to travel between Trees For Tomorrow and downtown Eagle River, where other Hallowfest activities took place later in the day.
We had so much fun that we’re already thinking about Hallowfest 2014! Check back for more details!