Lincoln College’s Dr. G. Dennis Campbell Creekside Outdoor Center for Environmental Education will be hosting “A Walk on the Wild Side” Fall Festival October 23. The free community event will celebrate nature activities for all ages throughout the day.
The festival will take place Saturday, October 23 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Creekside location, weather permitting.
Families will enjoy the Peoples of the Past Boardwalk and Timeline dedication, the groundbreaking of the proposed bird viewing station, guided nature tours, railsplitting and other pioneer life demonstrations, stimulated archaeology dig sites for children, gourd and pumpkin decorating, and other nature crafts and outdoor activities.
Local food, art displays, and craft vendors will be available on-site. Vendors wishing to participate in the event must contact Creekside Director, Dr. Dennis Campbell, at [email protected]. There is no cost to participate.
Creekside is approximately 4 miles due north of Lincoln, off of County Rd 2000N halfway between County Road 1100E and 1215th Ave (Google map address is 1234 2000th St., Lincoln, 62656); from Co Rd 2000N take the gravel road (at the large Creekside sign) north to the Center.