Eight Years Of Honoring Mother Nature: Wolf Mountain Celebrates On Sunday
Published: October 9th, 2014
By: Matthew White

Eight years of honoring  mother nature: Wolf Mountain celebrates on Sunday

SMYRNA – This weekend, an area nonprofit will host an unique annual fall festival with a focus on fundraising and honoring their four-legged friends. No, we're not talking dogs here – we're talking wolves.

“The largest achievement for us in 2013 was the success of our annual ‘Honoring the Spirit of the Wolf,’” said Will Pryor, Program Director at Wolf Mountain Nature Center in Smyrna.“We were very fortunate to have our best turnout to date and a huge thanks goes to everyone who attended, exhibited, and volunteered.”

This upcoming Saturday, Pryor and company will present the 8th annual “Honoring the Spirit of the Wolf Fall Festival” from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at their Hopkins Crandall Road location in Smyrna.

The day’s festivities orbit honoring the majestic wolves, coyotes and foxes that peacefully populate more that 60 acres of wilderness. Educational programs and tours of the animal exhibits, dog sled demos by the sled dogs of Smokey Hill, and a DEC K9 demonstration will take place.

In keeping with a native spirit, an American Indian Powwow featuring the Mother Earth drum and singers will be on site, along with a kids' tent with face painting and pumpkin painting to entertain children.


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