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Mount Brydges – The autumn season is just starting at Longwoods Road Conservation Area and Ska-Nah-Doht Village! Come out for “Tastes of Fall” and help us celebrate with music, food and crafts.
On Sunday, October 2nd, the activities start at 11 a.m. and the event run until 4:00 p.m., rain or shine!
Admission is $8/Adult, $4/Youth, under 6 is free and the Family Rate is $20.00.
Enjoy “Sisters of All Nations” a drum and song group. They met in an Indigenous music class at Western University and bonded through their love of singing. Now you can hear them share their culture and inspirations in the natural surroundings of Longwoods. Join host guitars “CS and Sawdust” as they have generously offered to share the stage with you for our first ever “Open Jam” all afternoon.
Stop by the Resource Centre/Museum to view our newest exhibit “The Community Collection” which features family collections from community donors. Some of these items will be back in the vault soon, so it may be your only time to view these extraordinary gems of the museum’s collection.
There is something for everyone so make it a family day! Watch the demonstrations of flint knapping with members of the Ontario Archaeological Society and their friends – the best knappers in North America. Follow the scarecrows on the annual scavenger hunt. Or drop by the craft stations to make your own art. Then take time to visit our local artisans and crafters who literally have something for everyone’s tastes! Get in some early Christmas shopping.
It would not be Tastes of Fall without the taste! Don’t forget to sample the corn soup and fry bread, an annual favourite! If you are really hungry the Mount Brydges Lions Club will be cooking up local favourites at the food booth with a portion of the proceeds supporting Longwoods and Ska-Nah-Doht Village. There are lots of picnic areas too. Enjoy the 155 acre park and leave the driving to us with a wagon ride to see the fall colours.
Longwoods Road Conservation Area and Ska-Nah-Doht Village are located 6.5 km west of Delaware at 8348 Longwoods Road, Mount Brydges. Just 30 minutes west of London, or 1 hour east of Chatham.
Please visit our website www.ltvca.ca.
For Further Information Contact:
Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority
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