Halloween Howl at MUN 'BOO-tanical' Garden
Families are invited to celebrate Halloween
at MUN "BOO-tanical Garden
Saturday & Sunday, October 25th & 26th, 2014
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Did you know that many Halloween traditions and superstitions are connected to nature and the fall season, particularly the harvest?
Join us for a fun weekend of Halloween arts & crafts, story time, puppet shows, and face painting. Come on a special Halloween nature hike with our education staff and explore the Batty Bat Trail and Halloween Discovery Path. Discover why bats, owls, crows, spiders, and even witches' brooms are not all that scary once you get to know them. The exhibit area will feature special Halloween displays.
A full weekend of family fun for young children and parents alike.
Fee: general admission (Children in costume enter for free!)
(FREE for Friends of the Garden and MUN students)
Halloween Exhibits - Field Centre (display room)
Signs of Halloween - Gentle Slope Trail
Duck Feeding - Oxen Pond
Batty Bat Trail - McLeod Trail (Trail 5)
Scarecrow Secret Word - Flower Gardens
Pumpkin Count - Vegetable Patch
Story Time - Field Centre (display room)
Arts & Crafts - Field Centre (classroom)
Face Painting - Field Centre (classroom)
Prizes - Field Centre (classroom)
The Halloween Howl program is also available for school and youth group bookings during the month of October. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 864-8590.