The 2012 Fall Festival at the Blue Hills Trailside Museum began on Friday.
There are many things for everyone, makng an accorn necklace, handmade bird feeders, pressing apples and making cider, a huge yard sale, live animal presentations and the zoo which features two white snowy owls, two white tailed deer, assorted birds and an adorable otter.
The fall festival runs through Monday afternoon. If you weren't able to get there over the weekend, you still have time to get over there today.
Norman Smith, director of the museum said, "We have recently installed a new trail for visual and handicap people. There is braile on the new trail signs and a rope that runs along the trail. A wooden ball on the rope means that there is a station there and a wooden cube lets people know that there is a bench."
On Monday, October 8, 2012 at 1:00 p.m., the DCR Commissioner, Ed Lambert, will be on hand with the Vice Presodent of the Mass Audubon Society, Banks Poor, who will cut a ribbon to dedicate this new trail.