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Blackbird Creek Fall Festival



Blackbird Creek Fall Festival

The Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR) offers a day of free family fun at the Blackbird Creek Fall Festival the third Saturday in October at the Blackbird Creek Reserve in Townsend.

The Blackbird Creek Fall Festival fosters stewardship of the Delaware Bayshore by celebrating the richness of estuaries and Delaware’s cultural traditions at our beautiful scenic site at the Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve.

2018 Blackbird Creek Fall Fest

Maggie Pletta
Education Coordinator, DNERR
302.739.6377

The Festival is open to participation by local vendors, artists and performers. Register online or using a fill-able registration form.

The Blackbird Creek Reserve is at 801 Blackbird Landing Road, in Townsend. Here are directions from the north or from the south.

A Full Day of Fun

The Annual festival offers a variety of activities each year. Some of the highlights of recent festivals:

  • Exploring informational booths and displays.
  • Checking out unique wares from local artisans and vendors.
  • Trying a canoe or a kayak, learning to cast a fishing line, or making a craft.
  • Taking a guided habitat hike through the trails of the Blackbird Creek Reserve.
  • Wandering through a hay maze.
  • Taking a tractor-pulled hayride through the Blackbird Creek Reserve.
  • Trying some kid-focused crafts celebrating the outdoors and autumn.
  • An Estuary scavenger hunt.
  • Bird watching.
  • And running and playing in the great outdoors!
Local Artisan

 

Happy Child

Historic Reenactor


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