Update 2016-10-27: A Picture from the event.
Family fun with boats, birds, and fishing at the Little River Fest at Reed Bingham March 28th, where WWALS will talk about the BIG Little River Paddle Race in May (also at Reed Bingham), the Withlacoochee and Little River Water Trail (with three access points at Reed Bingham), and the many other upcoming WWALS outings and events, as well as watershed issues.
When: 10 AM to 4PM Saturday 26 March 2016
Where: Reed Bingham State Park
542 Reed Bingham Road
Adel, GA 31620
Off of GA 37 between Adel and Moultrie
I-75 exit 39 (Adel)
Volunteer: WWALS members can help at the table!
What: According to Reed Bingham’s announcement:
The festival will include live bird of prey shows, Easter Egg hunt, bounce houses, pontoon boat tours, fishing, fire trucks, animal adoption event, an imagination station for kids, food vendors, arts and crafts, and music.
The first Little River Fest was in 2014, according to the Moultrie Observer, so this is the third annual. The second one, in 2015, got some good press in the Valdosta Daily Times. Thanks to the Adel-Cook County Chamber of Commerce for alerting WWALS to the Little River Fest.
Remember to come back to Reed Bingham Saturday May 21st for the fourth annual BIG Little River Paddle Race to venefit Friends of Reed Bingham and WWALS.
And we hope to see you at some of the other upcoming WWALS outings and events!
You can join this fun and work by becoming a WWALS member today!
Ambassador Dave Hetzel in action. The crowd was sparse due to rain, but Dave talked to most of them, with help from WWALS president John S. Quarterman and board member Bret Wagenhorst.