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Nature Center Hosts Halloween Fun

Riverbend Nature Center is hosting a family-friendly event for  those who want celebrate Halloween with a little less trick and a little more treat.

The River Bend Nature Center is having their 10th Annual Not-So-Scary Halloween Nature Night this year on Friday, October 17th. There will be a costume contest starting at 7:30 p.m., face painting, music, food, games, crafts, a cake walk, pumpkin decorating, candy, a Flashlight Fun Trail through United Children's Garden, and Wild Bird Rescue's "Stevie" the Great Horned Owl will make a special appearance!

DJ Marcus "Maniac" McGee will be DJing throughout the night. The Ruby N. Priddy Butterfly and Nature Conservatory will also be open for you to enjoy.

The event will go from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., admission is $5 a person and $2 for children in costume with paid parent. RNBC members are free.  For more information, visit the Riverbend Nature Center's website.
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