Spring Fest Set for Sunday at Burchfield Nature & Art Center | Arts & Culture
It’s time again to celebrate spring with friends and neighbors at the Burchfield Nature & Art Center.
Spring Fest activities will take place from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 6 at the Center, located at 2001 Union Road in West Seneca.
For those with an appetite, Boy Scout Troop 410 will be selling hot dogs fresh off the grill. Scoops & More will be serving ice cream novelties, and Burchfield volunteers will have their Café Corner open with hot coffee and baked goods.
For those interested in visiting, viewing and listening, the follow groups will have displays and demonstrations: Amana and South Town Garden Clubs, Crosstown Quilters, Common Threads Spinners, West Seneca Historical Society, West Seneca Senior Center and West Seneca Environmental Commission. In addition, the Town Band will provide music. Crafts for children will be available to make and take, and Youth Engaged in Service volunteers will provide face painting. Union Fire Company will have a fire truck available for “show and tell.”
Animals and wildlife experts will also be on hand. Wildlife education naturalist Mark Carra will be back with some “critters” he has never previously brought to the Center. Also appearing will be several popular creatures from Messinger Woods Wildlife Center, and Sue Phillips from Critter Ranch is expected to bring some yarn goods along with an alpaca or llama for petting.
In addition, a variety of baskets will be available for raffle.
Spring Fest is an opportunity for getting to know people and organizations in the community. Attend and enjoy rain or shine!
For more information, call the Burchfield Nature & Art Center at 716-677-4843
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