MILFORD TO HOST MONSTER MYTHS BY MOONLIGHT OCT. 17
Halloween critters, hayrack ride, and "monster" myth-busters play featured
JUNCTION CITY — "Monster Myths by Moonlight" is the title of an Oct. 17 event at Milford State Park. The event will run from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and include a hayrack ride and exploration of the nature trails by moonlight.
Biologists will man the nature trail, where participants stop at stations and meet Halloween "monsters" — Kansas wildlife often misunderstood or mythically portrayed. Stations include a witch with a vulture, spiders, bats, a snake charmer with a snake, a wizard with owls, a troll on the bridge, and Little Red Riding Hood, who will talk about predators. Mother Nature will serve cookies and cider. Participants are invited to wear Halloween costumes.
Monster Myths is free, but an annual park entrance permit or a $3.70 daily vehicle permit is required of all vehicles entering the park. For more information, phone 785-238-3014.