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Sat - Oct 21
  Morning Bird Walk

Audubon Sharon will be presenting several public programs this fall, all taking place or starting from the Sharon Audubon Center, located at 325 Cornwall Bridge Road (Route 4) in Sharon, CT. 

Birding walks generally involve lots of walking and patience, so bring comfortable footwear, binoculars, a lucky hat, and a sharp pair of eyes as we search the forest and fields for all the great birds of fall to stop by on their long journey south.

Morning Bird Walk 7-9 AM    $5.00 members/$10.00 non members

For more information or to register, please contact Zach at (860) 364-0520 x108.

http://sharon.audubon.org/sharon-audubon-center

Sat - Oct 21
  Enchanted Forest

Enchanted Forest

Guided groups will meet friendly costumed animal characters along a candlelit trail and hear how the animals live their lives on the Audubon grounds. After the tour, which lasts approximately 45 minutes-1 hour, participants can enjoy a cup of hot chocolate inside the Center building before taking a hayride back to the parking area. This non-scary program is ideal for children up to 8 years old and their families. Tours begin every 10-15 minutes between the hours of 5:30 and 7:30pm. Participants should bring an extra flashlight if available. Admission.
http://sharon.audubon.org/sharon-audubon-center

Sat - Oct 21
  Hotchkiss Library

BREAKFAST CLUB SATURDAYS

Beginning Saturday, October 21 from 10:00 to 10:30 and continuing through Saturday, November 25, Breakfast Club returns! Mrs. Robin invites you to stay in your pajamas, bring a snack and listen to stories old and new! All ages are welcome!

YOUNG MATISSE VI

Beginning Saturday, October 21 from 11:00 to 12:00 and continuing through Saturday, November 25, Mrs. Robin invites young artists age 6 and up to explore the styles and techniques of the Masters.

Please call the Hotchkiss Library at 860 364-5041 to reserve a spot.

Thu - Oct 26
  Sharon Parks and Recreation

ON THE ROAD AGAIN

Thursday October 26th
Please join us for a day of Apple pies and Pumkins

Lyman Orchards & Fascia's Chocolates

We will be leaving the Sharon Town Hall at 10am via a Northwest Transit bus headed for Middlefield and Lyman Orchards.  Lyman Orchards are well known for thier seasonal pies and produce.  We will have lunch at Lyman's and shop in their bakery.  For the adventuresome, there is acorn and sunflower maize to get lost in!  We will make at stop at Fascia's Chocolates in Waterbury on the way home.  We should arrive home about 4:30ish.  Seats are limited for this trip so reservations must be made.

Please reserve your SPOT! by calling 860-364-1400 or email sharon.rec.ctr@snet.net

Sat - Oct 28
  Wild Waterfowl Field Trip

Fall is one of the best times of year to witness amazing waterfowl migration. Many species come through Litchfield County, including Audubon Sharon and surrounding areas and we will have a great opportunity to view these marvelous fliers. We will begin at Audubon Sharon, 325 Cornwall Bridge Road, in Sharon,  at 8am and explore a few of the ponds before driving to Bantam Lake, which is a stopover spot for migrating waterfowl. Transportation to Bantam Lake is not guaranteed, but carpooling is likely. Cost to be determined.

To register for this event, please contact Zach at (860) 364-0520 x108.

Sun - Oct 29
  Audubon Kid's Day

Audubon Sharon - 325 Cornwall Bridge Rd, Sharon, 06069

12 - 3 PM  $20 per carload

This is a fun, autumn afternoon for young children and their families and features carnival-type games, kids’ crafts, a petting zoo, a hay bale maze, hay wagon shuttles, professional face painting and glitter tattoos, a large leaf pit for jumping, balloon twisting and good food such as burgers, hot dogs, chili, apple cider and homemade goodies. Children are encouraged to come in costume and join in the costume parade led around the Center grounds. The event is held rain or shine and is ideal for children PreK-3rd grade. Admission.
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