Harvest Festival

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families enjoy Harvest Festival activities

Sunday, Oct. 20, 1-4 p.m.

Celebrate the fall season in the Charlotte Brody Discovery Garden. We'll have fun and informative activities for all ages, led by Duke Gardens and other local groups.

- Plant a seed to take home and learn about other seeds to plant in the fall
- Taste tropical produce from around the world
- Learn about chickens, carnivorous plants, composting and bees
- Get a free children's book from Durham's Partnership for Children and read it in the story circle
- Make a corn necklace and hear a seasonal story from Lumbee cultural educator Ryan Dial-Stanley
- Play with mud
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This is a free drop-in event, though Duke University parking fees apply. Adult chaperone required for children. If the weather forecast is rainy, please check back for updates regarding the activities we'll offer. We look forward to celebrating with you!

Read more about harvest season from a farmer's perspective in Lindsey Luks' Garden Talk column.

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College students enjoy an art activity at the chicken coop

a young boy enjoys coloring at the Harvest Fest

a little girl finds flowers to match her color swatch