Fall is in full swing, and why not accept the changing seasons by attending Bath Township's Fall into Nature event at the Bath Nature Preserve on Oct. 13?
The festival goes from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and features several activities for families. There will be a live band, community exhibits and activities, a one-mile fun run at 1 p.m., a Blessing of the Dogs at 11:30 a.m., adoptable animals, a corn hole tournament, and the popular hay rides, pumpkin patch, face and pumpkin painting.
At the University of Akron Field Station, there will be live demonstrations and research exhibits, along with a Fairlawn-Bath Branch Library Story Walk where you can read a children's book as you walk along a short trail and experience the beauty of the outdoors this fall.
A pet tag making area will provide custom tags for your dog or cat. The Bath Police Department will be offering donuts and cider for a donation to offset the cost of Revere Middle School student trips to Washington, D.C., next spring.
Acme Fresh Market Catering will be on-hand to sell fall food favorites. The Bath Park Board will be setting up a "farmer's market" with apple fritters from The Bake Shop in Ghent and mums from Constantine's for sale.
Students from Revere High School will be volunteering their time to paint children's faces, run the corn hole tournament, and lend a hand at the pumpkin painting area and hay ride loading and unloading.
If you go, be sure to take lots of pictures and upload them to our Pics & Clips neighborhood gallery!