Nature Fest is Saturday at Jeffers Bend Environmental Center and it should feel like fall and there will be activities for people of all ages.
The event will begin at 1 and end at 5 at Jeffers Bend, which is behind Riverside Cemetery on North Main Street. Admission is $10 per car or $15 per bus and $5 per car for Military with ID.
Organizers say there will be a walk in the woods, canoe rides on Little River, outdoor skills training, birding activities, pumpkin painting, archery, Indian lore, food booths, recycling events and door prizes.
Christian County Judge-Executive Steve Tribble says it's a chance for children to be exposed to aspects of nature they might not see on a daily basis.
Judge Tribble says Jeffers Bend is a beautiful place for such an event and there are different things to see every time he's there.
There will also be several educational booths and sessions on topics including insects, birds and other wildlife.