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Louisiana State Parks May 2014 Calendar of Events

Louisiana State Parks May 2014 Calendar of Events


SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE

May 3, Black Bear Golf Club, Delhi - McQuillan Memorial, 1 p.m. For more information call 318.878.2162 or visit www.blackbear-golf.com.

May 3, Lake D'Arbonne State Park, Farmerville - Dia de la Familia, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. The Children's Coalition of Northeast Louisiana will hold its annual family day in the park, with music, food, games, health screenings, door prizes, and a community resources fair. For more information call 888.677.5200 toll free or 368.2086 locally.

May 3, Lake Bistineau State Park, Doyline - Archery Program, noon. The interpretive ranger will teach how to safely handle and shoot a bow and arrow. There are a limited number of spaces available, so preregistration is required. Minimum age is 10 years old. For more information call 888.677.2478 toll free or 318.745.3503 locally.

May 3, Poverty Point State Historic Site, Epps - Building is for the Birds, 1 p.m. Join the site ranger for a discussion on blue birds, which can be attracted into yards by simply encouraging nesting. Material will be on hand, to make a standard blue bird box to take home. For more information call 888.926.5492 toll free or 926.5492 locally.

May 4, Poverty Point State Historic Site, Epps - Tool Demonstration, 1 - 4 p.m. Join park rangers as they demonstrate the tools used by ancient inhabitants to build, hunt with and create other articles used in their culture. Rangers will also discuss the origins and making of these ancient tools. For more information call 888.926.5492 toll free or 926.5492 locally.

May 10, Lake Bistineau State Park, Doyline - Dutch Oven Cooking Demonstration, 10 a.m. The park will host the Bayou Pots Dutch oven cooking group for cooking demonstrations, with sampling at noon. A unique form of cooking, Dutch Ovens have been used for several hundred years and consist of a cast iron pot with three legs, a wire bail handle, and a slightly concave, rimmed lid so that coals from the cooking fire can be placed on top as well as below. For more information call 888.677.2478 toll free or 318.745.3503 locally.

May 10, Mansfield State Historic Site, Mansfield - Battlefield Walking Tour, 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Retrace the battlefield where the fate of Civil War Shreveport and East Texas was determined in 1864. A Ranger Walk will be conducted along the three-quarter-mile "Mouton's Trail," with stories of bravery and sacrifice by both Union and Confederate troops during the Battle of Mansfield. Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, light clothing, and bring water. For more information call 888.677.6267 toll free or 872.1474 locally.

May 10, Mansfield State Historic Site, Mansfield - Nature's Helping Hand, 2 p.m. Learn how soldiers and civilians used nature and a lot of ingenuity to overcome severe shortages of food, medicine, and household items during the Civil War. Discover which substitutes were successful and those that not. For more information call 888.677.6267 toll free or 872.1474 locally.

May 17, Lake D'Arbonne State Park, Farmerville - Regional Dutch Oven Gathering, 9 a.m. This program demonstrates the early pioneer cooking techniques using charcoal and firewood in Dutch ovens. Bluegrass music and square dancing will also be enjoyed by all. For more information call 888.677.5200 toll free or 368.2086 locally.

May 17, Lake Bistineau State Park, Doyline - Full Moon Hike at Discovery Circle, 7 p.m. Guests will be able to take in the unique sights and sounds of the forest on a guided hike at night on the park's 0.4 mile Discovery Loop trail. For more information call 888.677.2478 toll free or 318.745.3503 locally.

May 24, Mansfield State Historic Site, Mansfield - 7th Annual Memorial Day Weekend Cannon Firing and Encampment, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. The 4th Louisiana Artillery reenactment group will host a cannon firing program and living history encampment on the park. Cannon firing demonstrations, soldier life talks and much more will be featured. For more information call 888.677.6267 toll free or 872.1474 locally.

May 24, Lake Bistineau State Park, Doyline - Primitive Fire-starting, 1 p.m. Learn how to start a fire without matches or a lighter using primitive methods such as the bow drill and flint and steel. For more information call 888.677.2478 toll free or 318.745.3503 locally.

May 25, Black Bear Golf Club, Delhi - May Scramble, 8 a.m. & 1 p.m. For more information call 318.878.2162 or visit www.blackbear-golf.com.

May 31, Lake Bistineau State Park, Doyline - Movie Night at Nature Center, 6 p.m. Come to the Nature Center, for popcorn and refreshments while watching the family-favorite, Frozen, Disney's latest animated film. For more information call 888.677.2478 toll free or 318.745.3503 locally.


CROSSROADS

As requested, Forts Randolph & Buhlow State Historic Site, Pineville - The Ancient Wheel Gin. Daily demonstrations will be conducted to show how cotton fiber was separated from seed. Site staff will use a wheel gin, a simple hand crank roller gin; a type that pre-dates the Whitney gin but still played a large role in the evolution of cotton harvesting and the fiber's use. Mature cotton plants with open bolls will be available, as part of the exhibit/demonstration, as well as raw cotton for use in the gin. For more information call 888.677.7437 toll free or 484.2390 locally.

Daily, Forts Randolph & Buhlow State Historic Site, Pineville - Musket Demonstration. The demonstration includes a brief presentation of infantry weapons used in the Civil War, a discussion of the merits of rifle muskets over smoothbore muskets and of the basic parts of the musket, a loading demonstration, and a firing demonstration. The presentation ends with a question and answer session and an invitation to continue the site tour with a visit into Fort Randolph. For more information call 888.677.7437 toll free or 484.2390 locally.

Daily, Forts Randolph & Buhlow State Historic Site, Pineville - Old Time Woodworking Tools, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. The broad-axe, adze, draw knife, shaving horse and many more were in constant use during the fort's original construction. Come visit and see a display of original wood tools from 1790 - 1860, as well as seeing them used to make things needed during Civil War-era life. For more information call 888.677.7437 toll free or 484.2390 locally.

Daily, Forts Randolph & Buhlow State Historic Site, Pineville - Museum Tour, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. The Visitors' Center at Fort Randolph has a number of interesting artifacts as well as several educational modules. Exhibits are set up so that they can be appreciated and understood unguided, but a guide can often add interesting facts and antidotes that add a little flavor to the visit. For more information call 888.677.7437 toll free or 484.2390 locally.

Daily, Forts Randolph & Buhlow State Historic Site, Pineville - Period Garden Tour, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Forts Randolph & Buhlow State Historic Site, together with the Rotary Club of Pineville, LA, cultivates a vegetable garden on site. Some of the produce from the garden is used for period cooking demonstrations during our Campfire Cooking program. The remainder of the vegetables goes to the Main Street Mission in Pineville. Our garden is fashioned after kitchen garden of the Civil War period. For more information call 888.677.7437 toll free or 484.2390 locally.

Daily, Rebel State Historic Site, Marthaville - Musical Petting Zoo, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Visitors can view the collection of stringed instruments on display to touch, play, and enjoy. For more information call 888.677.3600 toll free or 472.6255 locally.

Daily, Rebel State Historic Site, Marthaville - The Listening Library, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Visitors can listen to country recordings and access the collection of books and films that tell the story of the roots of country music. For more information call 888.677.3600 toll free or 472.6255 locally.

Saturdays, Forts Randolph & Buhlow State Historic Site, Pineville - Workin' in the Garden, 10 - 11 a.m. Together with the Rotary Club of Pineville, site staff cultivates a vegetable garden on site. Volunteers are welcome to help out and learn about vegetable gardening, both "then and now." Assistance is always appreciated, as most vegetables produced go to the Main Street Mission of Pineville. For more information call 888.677.7437 toll free or 484.2390 locally.

May 3, Rebel State Historic Site, Marthaville - Dulcimer Day, 9 a.m. - 10 p.m. If you play the dulcimer and would like to have some fun and enjoy the camaraderie of fellow "dulci-musicians," come out for a day filled with events and workshops. Workshops begin at 9 a.m. with two skill levels being offered; Beginner, and Intermediate, as well as workshops covering other areas of interest for musicians and dulcimer players. At 5:30 p.m., there will be a concert and awards presentation, with an open jam session immediately following. For information call 888.677.3600 toll free or 472.6255 locally.

May 3, Forts Randolph & Buhlow State Historic Site, Pineville - A Civil War Soldier's Equipment, 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. What weapons did both sides carry during the Civil War? See the guns and equipment carried by the artillery, infantry and cavalry while they were in service. Pistols, swords, rifles, canteens, knapsacks, haversacks and more - find out how they were used daily by the soldiers. Most pieces displayed during this presentation are in the collection of Forts Randolph and Buhlow State Historic Site and can be seen daily in exhibits throughout the museum. For more information call 888.677.7437 toll free or 484.2390 locally.

May 3, Fort St. Jean Baptiste State Historic Site - So you Think You Can Be a Colonial French Marine? 5 - 9 p.m. Spend a night as an 18th-century French Marine and experience eating, sleeping and doing the on- duty and off- duty activities of a French Marine. Registration is required; the fee is $20.00 per person and early registration will guarantee one of 30 spots in a fort bed. For more information, call 888.677.7853 toll free or 357.3101 locally.

May 10, Hodges Gardens State Park, Florien - Painting in the Park, 9 a.m. - noon. Find inspiration in the beauty, color and tranquility of the gardens. Join the park ranger for step-by-step instructions on how to paint a swamp sunset. Bring your own canvas; paints and brushes will be provided. For more information call 800.354.3523 toll free or 586.3523 locally.

May 10, Fort St. Jean Baptiste State Historic Site - Colonial Women, 10 a.m. - noon. In conjunction with Natchitoches tri-centennial celebrations, join park staff for a seminar on the life and accomplishments of women in the Natchitoches colony during the French and Spanish period. Entrance fees will be waived for this program. For more information, call 888.677.7853 toll free or 357.3101 locally.

May 10, Forts Randolph & Buhlow State Historic Site, Pineville - Whittling the Hours Away, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Many hours were spent in camp with little to do, so soldiers sought refuge from boredom through various activities. Discover the group songs, games, musical instruments, theatrical productions, practical jokes, and more that all helped to keep morale up and pass the time. For more information call 888.677.7437 toll free or 484.2390 locally.

May 10, Rebel State Historic Site, Marthaville - Classic Car / Tractor / Motorcycle Show, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Area car, tractor and motorcycle clubs will meet at Rebel SHS to display their vehicles. Club members will be on hand to greet the public, answer questions and give a brief history of their vehicle(s). Concessions will be available provided, or visitors can bring a brown bag lunch and enjoy the picnic area. The show is dependent upon favorable weather, so it will be cancelled in the event of rain. For information call 888.677.3600 toll free or 472.6255 locally.

May 20-24, Hodges Garden State Park, Florien - Herb Garden Tour, 9 a.m. Tour the Herb Garden, discovering which flowers are edible, and enjoying aromas from the various lavender and rosemary plants. Learn to spice up your salads and entrees with color and zest. For more information call 800.354.3523 toll free or 586.3523 locally.

May 24, Fort St. Jean Baptiste State Historic Site - Plants that Dye, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. In the early years of colonization, making or dyeing fabrics was illegal for French colonials; but later, dyeing plain drab fabrics became a common practice. Bring an old T-shirt and participate, dyeing fabric using natural resources. For more information, call 888.677.7853 toll free or 357.3101 locally.

May 24, Rebel State Historic Site, Marthaville - C.S.A. Memorial Day Ceremony, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. Memorial Day was established just three years after the end of the Civil War. As a commemoration of the Unknown Confederate Soldier that lies at Rebel State Historic Site, the staff will present present a special Memorial Day Service. The traditional ceremony will take place just prior to 3 p.m., including a moment of silence in remembrance of all soldiers who lost their lives serving our country. For information call 888.677.3600 toll free or 472.6255 locally.

May 27-30, Hodges Gardens State Park, Florien - Bog Garden Tour, 9:30 a.m. The Western Hillside Seepage Bog, located in the lower level of the garden, is a natural community in the ecological system of Louisiana. Ground water constantly seeps to the surface creating wet, bog environment in which indigenous plants grow. For more information call 800.354.3523 toll free or 586.3523 locally.

May 27-31, Fort St. Jean Baptiste State Historic Site - Memorial Week: Honoring Troops of Fort St. Jean Baptiste, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Saturday. Drop by during this week-long memorial exhibit, and share your story about your descendant who may have served at Fort St. Jean Baptiste from 1716 through the Spanish Period. Sign our book and tell your family story. For more information, call 888.677.7853 toll free or 357.3101 locally.


CAJUN COUNTRY

Sundays, Louisiana State Arboretum, Ville Platte - Sunday Nature Program, 11 a.m. Nature activities chosen to feature a particular season, event or day including guided hikes, nature videos, and programs on featured flora and fauna of the Arboretum. For more information call 888.677.6100 toll free or 363.6289 locally.

Saturdays, Palmetto Island State Park, Abbeville - Ranger-led Park Hike, 11 a.m. Guests can meet in the nature center for a ranger-led hike introducing them to the park, focusing on the many plants and animals in the area. The hike will also provide information on the facilities and park itself. For more information call 888.677.0094 toll free or 893.7047 locally.

Saturdays, Palmetto Island State Park, Abbeville - Nature Center Fun Hour, 2 p.m. Park guests of all ages are welcome to enjoy a fun-filled activity in the nature center. Programs will vary each week and will include an activity such as wildlife bingo or arts and crafts. For more information call 888.677.0094 toll free or 893.7047 locally.

May 3, Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site, St. Martinville - Guided Nature Hike (5k), 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. This guided nature hike provides visitors with off-the-beaten-path access to the 100-acre historic site. Park staff will take visitors on a paced walk that covers a measured 5K distance to develop endurance, and encouraging participation in a true 5K. For more information call 888.677.2900 toll free or 394.3754 locally.

May 3, Chicot State Park, Ville Platte - Louisiana Dutch Oven Society Annual Gathering, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. All are invited to attend the Annual Dutch Oven Society Gathering. Dutch Oven chefs from around the state will be giving free classes and cooking demonstrations for the public at the North Campground. For more information call 888.677.6100 toll free or 363.6289 locally.

May 3, Louisiana State Arboretum, Ville Platte - Guided Hike, 2 p.m. Visitors will learn about the flora and fauna found along the Arboretum trails during this guided walk. For more information call 888.677.6100 toll free or 363.6289 locally.

May 4, Palmetto Island State Park, Abbeville - Canoe Tour, 10 a.m. Join a ranger-led guided canoe tour beginning with an introductory lesson on paddling, followed by a tour through the park's three ponds. Guests will also learn about common animals found around the ponds, including the park's many alligators. Spots are limited, so pre-register is required by calling the park or emailing palmettoisland_int@crt.la.gov. For more information call 888.677.0094 toll free or 893.7047 locally.

May 7, Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site, St. Martinville - Quilting Wednesday, 9 a.m. - 5 pm. In honor of Mother's Day, the museum at Longfellow-Evangeline is exhibiting vintage quilts of the past. For more information call 888.677.2900 toll free or 394.3754 locally.

May 10, Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site, St. Martinville - Conversations Around the Coffee Pot, 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. A great opportunity for Cajun French speakers to gather to converse in French and reconnect with their culture. For more information call 888.677.2900 toll free or 394.3754 locally.

May 10, Louisiana State Arboretum, Ville Platte - International Migratory Bird Day, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Join us in celebrating International Migratory Bird Day with fun games and crafts about our feathered friends. For more information call 888.677.6100 toll free or 363.6289 locally.

May 10, Louisiana State Arboretum, Ville Platte - Bird Calls and Songs of the Arboretum, 11 a.m. Guests will learn common bird calls and songs for the birds throughout the Louisiana State Arboretum and get to identify them on the trail. For more information call 888.677.6100 toll free or 363.6289 locally.

May 17, Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site, St. Martinville - Vintage Dance Saturday, 9 - 10 a.m. Participants will learn basic vintage dance steps, which can be used at many local dance halls and festivals. Music selection will be period to present, and will include local favorites. For more information call 888.677.2900 toll free or 394.3754 locally.

May 17, Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site, St. Martinville -A Day in the Life of an Early Acadian Child, 10 a.m. - noon. In honor of National Kids to Parks Day, children can experience what life would have been like in the early 1800s as an Acadian child. Children will be encouraged to participate in chores (such as working in the garden, seeding cotton, making butter, etc.), with games and complimentary snowballs to follow. Staff will be dressed in historic costumes and a limited number of children's costumes will be available on a first come, first serve basis. For more information call 888.677.2900 toll free or 394.3754 locally.

May 17, Louisiana State Arboretum, Ville Platte - Nature for Kids, 10 a.m. Children will learn about a new nature topic each month and will make a related craft to take home. Topics include spring, reptiles, astronomy, insects and more. For more information call 888.677.6100 toll free or 363.6289 locally.

May 17, Louisiana State Arboretum, Ville Platte - Natural Dyeing, 2 p.m. Yarn and silk dyeing demonstration showing and discussing colors produced by various natural materials as well as techniques that affect the resulting color. For more information call 888.677.6100 toll free or 363.6289 locally.

May 17, Palmetto Island State Park, Abbeville - Night Hike, 8 p.m. Each month, on the weekend closest to the full moon, come enjoy the excitement of Palmetto Island under moonlight. Grab your flashlight, insect repellent, and meet at the nature center. Most of the park's mammals, such as deer, are more active at night, so who knows what we may run into! The hike will take approximately one hour. For more information call 888.677.0094 toll free or 893.7047 locally.

May 24, Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site, St. Martinville - Bushman Craft Saturday, 9 - 10 a.m. Participants can walk in the footsteps of the Native Americans and pioneers who called Louisiana home. Through hands-on demonstrations of bush craft skills such as fire building, tanning, camp cooking, and primitive tool usage, learn about practical skills while discovering shared histories of the various groups that settled the area. Crafts will vary by month. For more information call 888.677.2900 toll free or 394.3754 locally.

May 24, Louisiana State Arboretum, Ville Platte - Butterflies, 10 a.m. Visitors will learn about the many types of butterflies that can be found in the Arboretum and take a show walk to identify them and the plants they feed on. For more information call 888.677.6100 toll free or 363.6289 locally.

May 24, Louisiana State Arboretum, Ville Platte - Louisiana Ethnobotany, 2 p.m. People have used Louisiana plants for millennia as sources for food, shelter, safety, and medicine. Join the park ranger while for a demonstration of how different plants have been used for shelter, clothing, medicine, and more. For more information call 888.677.6100 toll free or 363.6289 locally.

May 26, Louisiana State Arboretum, Ville Platte - Nature Scavenger Hunt, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Participants will search the Arboretum trails and exhibits for nature clues. For more information call 888.677.6100 toll free or 363.6289 locally.

May 31, Chicot State Park, Ville Platte - Guided Canoe Tour and Picnic, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Join the site naturalist for a guided canoe tour of Chicot Lake. We will stop off for a picnic lunch along the way. Please pack a lunch. Canoeing experience is recommended. Space is limited, so pre-registration is required. For more information call 888.677.6100 toll free or 363.6289 locally.

May 31, Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site, St. Martinville - Open Fire Cooking, 10 a.m. - noon. Participants will experience the outdoor kitchen of the settlers and colonists, discovering how the humble black pot produces delicious food. For more information call 888.677.2900 toll free or 394.3754 locally.

May 31, Louisiana State Arboretum, Ville Platte - Tree Identification, 2 p.m. Join the site naturalist for a short hike to learn how to identify trees using leaves, bark, twigs and other methods. For more information call 888.677.6100 toll free or 363.6289 locally.


PLANTATION COUNTRY

Saturdays, Tickfaw State Park, Springfield - Wild Crafts for Kids, 11 a.m. This program is for children ages 5 to 12. The craft usually begins with a short talk or demonstration followed by a take-home craft project. Topics relate to things naturally occurring outdoors: emergence of butterflies or wildflowers, caterpillar season, insects, snakes, birds/migration, etc. For more information call 888.981.2020 toll free or 294.5020 locally.

Saturdays, Tickfaw State Park, Springfield - Nature, Naturally, 1:30 p.m. This program is for all ages. Its main focus is to get visitors outdoors while focusing on a specific topic found in nature. When weather permits, participants will go outside on a nature scavenger hunt, create take home field guides, play a nature themed game or even learn and play Native American sports. During inclement weather, visitors may participate in an indoor nature game or have a brief discussion followed by a video. For more information call 888.981.2020 toll free or 294.5020 locally.

Saturdays, Tickfaw State Park, Springfield - Wildlife Theatre, 3 p.m. Wildlife Theatre can be one of several types of theatre based games such as animal/wetlands charades, animal sounds energy ball, or Tickfaw Idol/Karaoke. This program is great for families, large groups or individuals. All ages can participate, but children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Large groups must call in advance and may also request specific types of theatre programming. For more information call 888.981.2020 toll free or 294.5020 locally.

May 2, Rosedown Plantation State Historic Site, St. Francisville - Garden Tour Fridays, 10 a.m. A guided walking tour of the historic Rosedown Gardens and Outbuildings. Program occurs every first Friday of each month. For more information call 888.376.1867 toll free or 635.3110 locally.

May 3, Audubon State Historic Site, St. Francisville - Treats for Wildlife, 1 - 3 p.m. At this outdoor program, create a treat for woodland friends whose ancestors may have lived at Historic Oakley Plantation. Using natural materials, make edible ornaments for the birds and squirrels then hang one on a tree in the park and take one home for your own backyard critters. For more information call 888.677.2838 toll free or 635.3739 locally.

May 10, Centenary State Historic Site, Jackson - Bite the Bullet: A Look at Civil War Medicine, 3 p.m. This program focuses on the methods and instruments used by the Civil War era doctor. A member of the site's staff will also explain the everyday life of a military doctor and their patients while it was used as a hospital during the civil war. For more information call 888.677.2364 toll free or 634.7925 locally.

May 17, Audubon State Historic Site, St. Francisville - Colonial Militia and Market Faire, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. The country is on the verge of once again being at war with England, so sign up with the militia or even try your hand drilling with them. You may walk among the market stalls to witness the crafts people demonstrating or selling everything from candles to clothing, blacksmithing to herbal teas, woodworking to soaps, and much more. For more information call 888.677.2838 toll free or 635.3739 locally.

May 17, Rosedown Plantation State Historic Site, St. Francisville - Behind the Scenes Tour, 10:30 a.m. A guided tour of rarely seen aspects of Rosedown, focusing on the working side of a high-visitation historic site. Visitors will get to view the attic of the main house and the production greenhouse, learning the "nuts and bolts" of what makes Rosedown tick. For more information call 888.376.1867 toll free or 635.3110 locally.


GREATER NEW ORLEANS

Sundays, Fontainebleau State Park, Mandeville - Primitive Woodworking, 1 - 3 p.m. This weather-permitting demonstration features the use of a froe for splitting wood and the use of a shaving horse, draw knives, pocket knives, hand saws and other basic 19th-century tools in the making of wooden objects. Watch as pieces such as spoons, paddles, canes, hiking sticks and tool handles are being made. For more information call 888.677.3668 toll free or 624.4443 locally.

Fridays, Fontainebleau State Park, Mandeville - Explore the Shore, 9 a.m. Join the site ranger in an exploration of the lakefront to discover the bio-diversity of plant and animal life found there. For more information call 888.677.3668 toll free or 624.4443 locally.

Fridays, Fontainebleau State Park, Mandeville - Nature: A Closer Look, 5 p.m. Participants can take a more observant, intense look at nature by studying the details of leaf structure, bark patterns, and growth patterns of trees. For more information call 888.677.3668 toll free or 624.4443 locally.

May 3, Otis House-Fairview Riverside State Park - What Does the Tussy Mussy Say? 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. The Victorian Tussy Mussy, a small bouquet given as a sentimental memento, held specific messages, Learn about these messages of Victorian custom in the Otis House parlor. For more information call 888.677.3247 toll free or 792.4652 locally.

May 9, Fairview-Riverside State Park - Pine Needle Basket Weaving Workshop, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Create your own pine needle basket during this informative workshop. There is limited seating and a $5 registration fee (all supplies are included); call 888.677.3247 toll free or 792.4652 locally to register or for more information.

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