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Top 5 September Experiences

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As evidenced by the gradual appearance of yellow leaves and the smell crisp September air, fall is well on its way. As far as we're concerned, this isn't bad news. There are still weeks of great weather ahead, and plenty to take in this upcoming season. Whether you load up the car one evening to watch the fall migration or simply drop in for a stroll amid the sights of the changing canopy, there is always something spectacular to take in at FortWhyte Alive.

 

1. Sunset Goose Flights (and Feasts!)

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2. Prairie Love Festival

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This two-day yoga festival features classes with renowned instructors from across North America, nature hikes, empowering speakers, and musical delights from local musicians and DJs -- and free admission all weekend at FortWhyte Alive! Visit prairielovefestival.com for details.

 

3. Family Fall Festival

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Celebrate the harvest and the changing of the season with a full day of family-friendly activities at FortWhyte's Fall Family Festival. Take part in classic FortWhyte fun like bison safaris, bannock roasts, guided hikes and more!

 

4. Fall Fitness Challenges

Take part in the longest ‘race’ we’ve ever held by signing up for the FortWhyte Alive Mileage Challenge or sign your family up for a day of fun at FortWhyte Alive's Family Adventure Race, both brand new events this September.

 

5. FortWhyte Farms Harvest Supper

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Celebrate harvest time on the prairies with good friends and great fare at the 2nd Annual Harvest Supper at FortWhyte Farms. All proceeds from the supper support youth engaged in healthy food programming and employment training at FortWhyte Farms. September is also your last month to check out The Market at FortWhyte Farms!

 

Looking for more? Be sure to visit fortwhyte.org/events for complete event and program listings.

 

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