On Saturday, Oct. 23, Richmond Nature Park Society hosts the ninth annual Wild Things at the Richmond Nature Park. This fun-filled, exciting event for the entire family entails skits, live entertainment, story-telling, and a bit of spooky fun on the dark trails! Family and children will enjoy plays from their favourite witches and characters and have the opportunity to hear the popular tales of Halloween. Moreover, they will travel on the park trails and get interpretation about the wild things and animals that live in our urban neighbourhoods, such as racoons, squirrels, coyotes, frogs, owls and bats. There are many interesting facts to be learned and you would be surprised by how much your urban neighbourhood is immersed with its surrounding nature and creatures. Other fun Halloween activities include face-painting and pumpkin-carving.
Don’t miss out on this action-packed and entertaining evening. The event runs from 5:30 to 8:30PM. Admission is by donation and proceeds go directly towards public and school programs at the Nature Park. Light snacks and drinks will be available at vending booth. Dress warm in your costumes and you may choose to bring your own flashlight.
Wild Things is made possible with the generous support from Coast Capitals.
Richmond Nature Park Board