Saturday, November 3, 2018
Fall Festival & Family Night
11:45 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. • Reflection Riding Arboretum & Nature Center
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Fall Festival & Family Night

Join us in celebration of autumn's changing colors and habitats. Guests will begin the day with a hike to explore the various fall colors throughout Reflection Riding's 317 acres. Be sure to stick around into the evening to enjoy more guided tours and educational opportunities, hay rides, a dog hike including adoptions afterwards with Pet Placement Center, tastings by Chattanooga Whiskey, an outdoor film screening, and a spooky paddle with local comedian Roger Keiss.

Fall Color Tours:

  • 10am-12pm
  • 12-2pm
  • 1-2pm with Pet Placement Center dogs

12pm: Feed the Endangered Red Wolf

2-4pm Pet Placement Center dog adoptions - pups will be in costume!

5-6pm: Twilight Citizen Science Hike

7:30pm: Live Adventurously outdoor film screening with a short introduction from the filmmakers, Q&A after

8-9:30pm: Spooky Paddle with Roger Keiss (registration required)

8:30-9:30pm: Owl Prowl Hike

Ongoing: Pet Placement Center adoptions, hay rides, campfire, s'mores, tastings with Chattanooga Whiskey

9:30-10pm: Stick around to help clean up!

Admission for the evening is free, but we'll charge for parking when attendees arrive on-site - another excuse to carpool!
Guest Parking: $15 per car
Reflection Riding Member Parking: Free

This festival provides a great opportunity to thank our supporting members and welcome new guests to reconnect with nature. Donations and parking from the event will go towards wildlife care and education efforts.

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