Date: October 14, 2017
Time: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Location: Upper Peninsula Research and Extension Center, E3774 University Drive, Chatham, MI 49816.
Contact: Elizabeth Wiener, email@example.com
Bring your family to this fun and educational event! The goal of this festival is to connect families and youth to the 4-H Program, to local food, and to each other. Some of the activities that are scheduled include, but aren’t limited to: hayrides, a farm animal interaction area, a cider press demonstration and tasting area, make and take craft activities, honeybee and other pollinators activities, tasty pumpkin treats, and a kid’s play area. Youth will also have an opportunity to visit the pumpkin patch and earn a free pumpkin to take home! There will also be wood-fired pizza for purchase, and a local musician will perform over the lunch hour.
This event is made possible by Michigan State University’s 4-H Program and the Sault Tribe Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country.