Nonprofit Event on Nov 2nd, 2018 with 200 guests
Guest of honor gender
This is a community event open to everyone. The audience is made up of mostly families with young children.
Ages of children
3 years or younger
4 to 9 years
10 to 17 years
On Friday, November 2nd, the Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting our annual Fall Harvest Hayride. Area residents will board our hay wagons at the entrance to the park, and take a short ride to the back of the park. Once they arrive, we have fire pits for making smores, games, campfire singers, and more. Every year, we have some sort of show in our outdoor amphitheater, which is within walking distance of the fire pits. Sometimes it is magic, sometimes an animal show. The show normally starts at 7:00pm, and runs between 45 minutes to an hour. This event is free to everyone, although everyone is asked to donate canned goods for a local food bank. We have lighting in the amphitheater as well as a sound system. We know it is kind of last minute, but our expected act fell through. We would like a quote if possible for a magic show. Thank you!
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