Campfire Talk: Native American Folk Tales & Mask Making
Part of Spookapalooza
Join us for a fun campfire talk in the Great Outdoors! Campfire Talks are a series of educational & entertaining programs located in the great outdoors. Campfire programs are held many Friday & Saturday evening (May –October) in DeSoto State Park.
Join storyteller Renee Simmons Raney, (Cheaha State Park staff member) & author of ‘Calico Ghosts’ and 'Hairy, Scary but Mostly Merry Fairies!' for this fun program. Renee will be telling the story of Brother Leaf and will be hosting a mask making activity for kids of all ages! Purchase her book in the Desoto State Park Gift Shop (before it closes) and have her sign it after the program.
Be sure to bring your own comfortable camp chair or blanket, as seating is limited.
Date: Saturday, October 28, 2017
Time: 6:00 – 7:00 pm CST
Where: DeSoto State Park in Fort Payne, Alabama. Campfire Ring in the Improved Campground (gate will be open to the public) Large CCC Pavilion in the Picnic Area in case of rain
Fee: Free & open to everyone. Call 256.997.5025 or email for details.