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  1. Farming in the Valley Festival

    October 1, 2017, 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM @ Creative Works Farm

    Farming in the Valley is a family friendly festival geared towards children’s education in agriculture. Agriculture is part of our blood in the Greater Augusta region and we want kids to learn what exactly that means for our region. The festival hosts great activities like a petting zoo, sheep herding demonstrations, apple butter churning, a corn maze, reading time with Cubby the WVPT Bear, and a pedal pull. It also will give you access to local produce and products!

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  2. Skeeter's Maze Adventure

    October 1, 2017, 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Creative Works Farm

    Come join Skeeter and his friends on your trip through the corn maze. Find your way through the 5.5 acre maze, then spend time with your friends in our gaga ball pit, playing on the AirTop, climb on the fire truck, play corn hole, 9-square, or one of other other fun games! Buy your pumpkins while you are here–only $2-$6 each! There’s so much to do at Skeeter’s Maze Adventure! ADMISSION IS $5.00 PER PERSON, 2 and under are free! All proceeds benefit Camp LIGHT!

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  3. Humpback Rocks Sunday Concert: Uncle Henry's Favorites

    October 1, 2017, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Humpback Rocks Visitor Center

    Appalachian families often gathered together to work, play, celebrate, and enjoy each other's company. Carry on this tradition by attending a free outdoor concert at the Humpback Rocks Visitor Center and Mountain Farm.

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  4. South River Strikers 19th Century Base Ball Practice

    October 1, 2017, 5:00 PM @ Constitution Park

    Local history organization Waynesboro At War has announced the formation of a vintage base ball team and is seeking players. The South River Strikers will play matches patterned after the early rules for baseball and a game called town ball. The goal of the Strikers is to help preserve, perpetuate, and promote the history and heritage of base ball as it was played during its formative years. Strikers are looking for men 18 or older who can commit to Sunday afternoon practices and occasional trips to play matches in other areas. The Strikers are currently accepting applications for membership.

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