FALMOUTH — Maine Audubon will celebrate fall with the annual Apple Day Celebration from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3.
The event, which is free for members and $7 per person for the general public, will be at the Gisland Farm location on 20 Gisland Farm Road. Children under the age of 2 get in free.
The 28th annual celebration will feature crafts, live music, a scavenger hunt, apple toss, cider press, face painting and food from the Wicked Good food truck, as well as refreshments from Green Bee Craft Beverages.
The nonprofit organization will also release “A Little Brown Bat Story,” the second book in the organization’s series Wildlife on the Move. There will be several readings and book signings throughout the event, with 10 percent of the book’s sales used to support Maine Audubon educational outreach programs that benefit underserved preschools statewide.
Additional information on the event and the book can be found at http://maineaudubon.org/events/apple-day-celebration-2015/.