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A salute to local farmers

STEM Steps Out with its Open Space Festival 2011, a salute to local farmers returns to Strawbridge Lake Park on Sunday, Oct. 2 from noon to 4 p.m. with a rain date of Oct.9. Free admission.

Strawbridge Lake Park is located at the corner of Kings Highway and Haines Drive in Moorestown.

The entire community is encouraged to come out and learn about our local farmers as we celebrate and honor their commitment to the environment with “A Salute to Our Local Farmers,” including Flying Feather Farm, Darmo Farm, Moriuchi Farm, Lew’s Farm, and the Browing Hess Farm.

Many family friendly activities will take place including crafts and games for kids, live animal exhibits including the Turtle Lady, canoe rentals to paddle on the lake, and fishing contests at the waterfall. The festival will also include educational opportunities to learn about Moorestown’s History of Local Farmers from the Historical Society of Moorestown.

Exhibits, contests, pumpkins, cornstalks, mums, and open space banner unveiling, a giant open space cake, and more! Come join us!

For more information please call 642–7864 or visit STEM’s website at www.stemonline.org.

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