Things to Do in Montgomery Parks September 30 – October 2

by MCS Staff

Skating, campfires, and concerts! Here are six activities happening around Montgomery Parks Friday, September 30, to Sunday, October 2.

Six sticks with marshmallows hover over a campfire.

Nature

Meadowside Nature Center has fall-themed outdoor activities during Sensory Friendly Days(opens in a new tab) on Friday, September 30, 10 am, for visitors of all ages with sensory processing differences, autism spectrum disorder, or developmental disabilities. Registration required.

Hone your camping skills during Campfire 101.Learn log stacking, lighting techniques, and fire safety during this program at Brookside Nature Center on Saturday, October 1, 10 am. Bring a snack to roast and toast over your roaring fire.

Driver of a tractor smiles for the camera. Behind him is a wagon filled with passengers sitting on hay bales.

Autumn

The Friends of Agricultural History Farm Park invite you to Fall on the Farm(opens in a new tab) on Saturday, October 1, 11 am to 4 pm. Visit the farm animals. Take a hayride. Watch blacksmith, woodworking, and sawmill demonstrations. And, enjoy activities, live music, and more! Free admission and parking

Five children sitting around a table making crowns and masks.

Skating

Kids four to eight can dress up as their favorite movie or storybook character for Fairy Tale Skate(opens in a new tab)on Friday, September 30, 2:15 pm, at Cabin John Ice Rink. Program includes a group lesson, practice time, and crafts.

Symbols of musical instruments, coffee cups, and croissants.

Concert

Clarence Ward III and his band Dat Feel Good perform at Cabin John Regional Park Amphitheater during Sunday Serenade(opens in a new tab) on Sunday, October 2, 10 am to 11:30 am. Bring chairs or blankets to enjoy the free jazz concert. Food truck onsite for coffee and breakfast.

A large blackboard with writing inside a late nineteenth century one-room schoolhouse. In the foreground is a small desk with an open book, kerosene lamp, and other items.

History

Finally, discover Montgomery County classrooms of the past during a free tour of the one-room historic Kingsley Schoolhouse(opens in a new tab) on Sunday, October 2, 1 pm to 4 pm, at Little Bennett Regional Park.

Check out these and other activities on the calendar of events(opens in a new tab) and “Things to Do(opens in a new tab)” on the Montgomery Parks website.

'

You may also like

Leave a Comment

'

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy