Saturday, September 7 - 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. - Kids and Families - something for everyone
Volunteers should be there by 8:30 to help get things organized.
The Hatchery Outdoor Adventure is intended to introduce kids (and adults) to the enjoyment of the outdoors and, perhaps, teach them something about the
outdoors, outdoor safety, and the environment.
Among the activities will be fishing on Dry Run Creek (limited to kids 15 and under), little kids raceway fishing, hatchery tours, archery, Japanese Fish Painting, and spin casting to a target along with several other exciting events all sponsored by our participating partners. This year we'll also have a water cooling station so prepare to get wet. There will also be food and beverage service available.
Each child that registers will receive a "Passport" to take with them to any of the events they would like to try. The sponsor will sign off on their passport and have them participate in their activity where they can have fun doing and learn a little.
Admission is free so bring your kids and grand-kids and enjoy a day of fun and outdoor activities at the Hatchery Outdoor Adventure.
Friends of the Rivers focus at this outdoor experience is to introduce kids to the enjoyment of the outdoors, and to learn about other species, insects, fish, butterflies and more that share our land and water. Friends messageis about water quality and what we can do in our homes and communities to help protect our streams and rivers for the sake of good, usable water.
The program runs from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.