The Weekend Recap Oct 9 & 10

T.G.T.W.H.(Thank Goodness The Weekend's Here!)
Are you wondering what to do with the kids this weekend? Besides for all the wonderful fall fun of apple orchards and pumpkins farms to enjoy, here's a few low-cost, no-cost ideas for you to check out!

Barnes & Noble offers free storytime. Check your local store for dates & times.

The Great Pumpkin Even
Saturday from 10a-2p
Bring the family to Michael's craft store for Craft Your Own Pumpkin Event
Just purchase a 9 1/2" pumpkin there at the store and all other decorating supplies will be provided.

Lowes has free kids projects twice a month on Saturday morning.
This week Fun House Mirror, Saturday 10/09/2010 10am
Be sure to sign up ahead of time, space is limited and so are the projects!

From project basics to giving your child the opportunity to say, "I built it!", our Build and Grow kid's clinics are a great way to help build confidence! Bring the kids into any Lowe's store and build a FREE wooden project. Each participant also receives a free apron, goggles, a project themed patch, and a certification of merit upon completion of their project.

Free for Children 12 and under, Adults $1
This weekend Oct 9th & 10th
Shrek Forever After

New showtimes are 9am and 10am on Saturday and Sunday
15 Minute Intermission
Free admission

This weekend Oct 9th & 10th
The Karate Kid

Wild Weekend at the Petting Farm
Whispering Pines Animal Kingdom visits the Taylor's Heritage Park Petting Farm from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. October 9 and 10.

Along with the local petting farm residence visitors will get a chance to visit actual wild animals, such as sloths, monkeys, kangaroos and lots of other furry creatures. New additions to the menagerie this year are two pot belly pigs named Squeeler and Miss Piggy and a miniature donkey named Jackie.

What else is there to do?
  • Enjoy a ride on a friendly camel. Camels Gus and Gia will be in attendance
  • Have your face painted like an exotic animal by Flutterby Faces
  • Walk through the reptile display to see snakes, spiders and lizards
  • Visit the friendly farm animals in the barn
  • Spend time in the flower and butterfly garden
  • Take lots of photos
  • Enjoy pizza and other refreshments
  • Jungle coloring and activity sheets
  • Take home a small souvenir to remember the day
Current rates are $3 for Taylor residents, $4 for non-residents. Children 1 and under are admitted free.
There is free parking and a free continuous shuttle will run from the Sheridan Community Center, 12111 Pardee Road, to the farm at 12803 Pardee at the corner of Northline Road.
For more information, call the farm at (734) 374-5946.


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