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Spend the afternoon boating on a 5-acre lake, whether its paddling in a single or tandem kayak, on a stand-up paddle board or in a four-person paddle boat. Over 7 miles of wooded mountain biking and hiking trails encircle the resort. Hikers enjoy the local flora and fauna and mountain views while trekking along marked trails. bcmountainresort.com

 

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Book and Puppet Co.
Known for their puppet theatre, this is a family-owned book / gift store in downtown Easton. Bring the whole family for free and
low-cost events daily, including story hours, costume characters, and puppet shows, or browse their unique items. Hilarious improvised puppet shows with live music, perfect for all ages. Daily free story hours with expert storytellers, featuring the best and most engaging children’s books. Costume character appearances every Saturday and Sunday at 2 PM. bookandpuppet.com

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Banana Factory
The Banana Factory includes studio artists, three galleries and multiple classrooms. The Pennsylvania Youth Theatre offers dance, drama and voice education to students ages 6 to 18. Creative spaces include Crayola Gallery, Hallway to the Arts, Pediatric Cancer Foundation, Pennsylvania Youth Theatre and Banana Works. Your child can enroll in one of its classes ranging from ceramics to photography. This makes for a great learning experience and can be a gateway to your child’s creative talents.
bananafactory.org

grim fall festival photoGrim’s Fall Festival
Our Corn Maze and Fall Festival season opens Saturday, September 15. Admission Includes: full, unlimited, one-day access to 21 attractions: Corn Maze – Hay Ride – Cattle Train, 32′ x 68′ Bounce Pillows – Basketball Toss – Football Toss, Baseball Toss – Bunker Hill, 20′ Caterpillar Slide – Orchard Puzzle – Pedal Karts, Sand Pit – Spider Web – Hay Mountain, Corn Bin – 1 Apple Cannon Shot – Duck Races – Tetherball, Bouncy Ball Track – Corn Hole – Ladder Golf, Flat fee of $15.95 per person for full unlimited access! grimsgreenhouse.com/fall-festival

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