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Fall Heritage Festival Returns this Saturday

Leaves in the afternoon sunlight (photo by Maryva2)Arlington’s Fall Heritage Festival will be returning tomorrow (Saturday) for another year of history activities.

From 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the Gulf Branch Nature Center (3608 N. Military Road), visitors are invited to participate in some old-fashioned games and crafts, including building a scarecrow.

The family-friendly event is “a celebration of our nation’s heritage,” according to the county website, and visitors will gather at the Walker Log Cabin at the nature center for the festivities.

The event is $5 at the door and parking will be along N. Military Road and 36th Road while the parking lot is closed for the event. Those who wish to build scarecrows should bring old clothing for the scarecrows to wear.

Photo by Maryva2

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