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March 31
​All About Bugs, Historic Fashions at Wake County Parks in April

Ongoing – New Adventure Backpack: All About Bugs at Historic Oak View County Park
Historic Oak View County Park introduces Adventure Backpack: All About Bugs, a free self-guided activity geared toward elementary-aged children. The Adventure Backpack  guides park visitors to many of the buildings around the park, with hands-on activities that teach them about insects and how they help out on the farm. Adventure Backpacks can be checked out at the Farm History Center. Historic Oak View County Park is located at 4028 Carya Drive, Raleigh.

April 27, 6–7 p.m. – A Side of History: They Wore What?! at Historic Yates Mill County Park
Corsets, crinolines, and kepis, oh my! Though milling processes haven`t changed that much since the mill at Historic Yates Mill County Park was built in the 1760s, the way people dress sure has. Stop by Historic Yates Mill to make your own fashion timeline, try on some colonial clothes, explore the park’s historic costume collection and play a round or two of “They Wore WHAT?!” This program is for ages 8 years and up, and all children must be accompanied by an adult. The program fee is $1 per person and preregistration is required. Historic Yates Mill County Park is located at 4620 Lake Wheeler Road, Raleigh.

Check out all the programs and events happening in Wake County Parks in April! Visit each of our parks on Facebook, and follow @wakegovparks on Instagram and Twitter.


 



 

 

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