Turpentine Tales – Russell Crossroads 6-8pm
October 28 - October 30
Turpentine Tales: A Walk Through The Forest
Take a tour on the Turpentine Trail to learn about the animals in Russell Forest! Turpentine Tales: A Walk Through the Forest will run from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Oct. 28 through Oct. 30.
Local student actors will don the costumes of forest animals to present the audience with glimpses of their lives in the Russell Forest. Among the animals on the tour will be a hawk, a ring-necked snake, a vulture, a deer, and others.
You and your group will meet near the stage area on the Town Green at Russell Crossroads where Naturalist Marianne Hudson will have a presentation with live creepy critters, then a guide will direct you along the trail to meet the animals!
The program is designed to entertain children, especially those in early to mid-elementary grades, but younger children, older children, and adults would find the tour fun and interesting!
There is no charge for Turpentine Tales; reservations are advised, but walkups will be welcomed. To make your reservation, email Kison at [email protected]. Please meet at the Town Green stage 15 minutes prior to tour time.
Turpentine Tales is a great way to get to know the animals in the forest!