The Fall Leaf Festival makes for unbe-leaf-able fun
SPOKANE, Wash. — What’s more ‘fall’ than a leaf festival? The Spokane Leaf Festival returns Saturday for a seasonal celebration for fall lovers.
The festival will take place at the John A. Finch Arboretum on Saturday, October 26 from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. rain or shine. This free event is an opportunity to play in the leaves and tour the Arboretum–with a cup of hot apple cider in hand.
Take a family photo with one of the many aesthetically pleasing backgrounds and enjoy fun projects like scavenger hunts and learning to compost! There will also be food trucks and live music from Angela Marie Project.
If you complete all the composting activities and live in the Spokane County jurisdiction, you can bring home a free composting bin. Bring proof of residency to get a new bin.
This event was made possible by City of Spokane Parks and Recreation Urban Forestry and Spokane County Master Composters and Recyclers. Supporting sponsors are Bartlett Tree Experts and Wilbur Ellis.
For more information, visit the event Facebook page here.
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