Tired of being indoors from the rain? Want to get out and have a fun Sunday at the Howard County Conservancy? The festival tomorrow the 4th of October is still going to take place. Minus a few things, like the hay rides. Slippery, wet trails where they usually ride will make it impossible to hold the rides without creating ruts, which encourage erosion.
Besides that change, the rest will still take place. Pumpkin painting. Crafts and storytelling.
You can visit the animals, including the alpacas from Pearl Moon.
The square dancers will be inside the Gudelsky Center. The historic farmhouse will be open for tours.
The blacksmiths will be operating. So will the chair caners, the woodturners, the basketweavers, and more.
The cost. Just $10 a car. Bring neighbors, relatives and friends. The more the merrier. Time is 11am-3pm. Food trucks will be there with waffles, BBQ, and other goodies.
See you there?