Sept. 28 is Fall Family Fun Day at Redwood Hill Preserve

The Indian River Lakes Conservancy will host its 2ndAnnual Fall Family Fun Day on Saturday, September 28that the Redwood Hill Preserve.

The event will feature several game booths set up along the Beatrice Rosamond Trail.  Try your hand at identifying animal tracks or spider tossing.

Each game winner will get a puzzle piece.  Then participants will join their puzzle pieces together towards the end of the event.

Short, kid-friendly hikes start at 10 and 11 and will be led by Sue Gweiss, Horticulture and Natural Resource Educator at Cornell Cooperative Extension.

Homemade pie and cider will inspire the senses to the autumn season.

Event-goers are invited to wear plaid flannel for a chance to win a prize.

In addition, The Wandering Kayak will be renting kayaks at 1pm at the Butterfield Lake Boat Launch.

Kayaking is a beginner-friendly activity.  Take this opportunity to try something new and to appreciate a beautiful local lake.

Two-hour rentals are available for $25 for a single adult, $25 for a two-person kayak for an adult and child, and $35 for a two-person kayak for two adults.  Rentals will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

All ages are welcome to attend the event.

The Beatrice Rosamond Trail and the Learning Classroom are wheelchair accessible.

To get to Redwood Hill Preserve, take Route 37 in Redwood and turn onto Stine Road. The preserve is located adjacent to the IRLC offices.

For more information, visit  Volunteers needed.  Please call 315-482-4757.