OUABACHE’S FALL FESTIVAL
(NOTE: Ouabache is pronounced Wa-Bash)
Volunteers age 16 and older are needed to assist with Ouabache State Park’s Fall Festival Weekend, October 29-30.
Ouabache’s Fall Festival is an opportunity for families to enjoy the fall weather and participate in a variety of events in a safe environment. Individuals are needed to assist with making the potluck soup, decorating Campview Shelter and playing games during the Fall Festival Fair. Other volunteer opportunities also exist.
Volunteers will receive a free evening meal along with being presented with a certificate of thanks after the festival. Letters documenting volunteer time will also be provided for individuals requesting one for work or school purposes.
To volunteer or for more information about the event or interpretive services contact the interpretive naturalist at (260) 824-0926 during office hours of 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. or at OuabacheInterp@dnr.IN.gov.
Contact: Kate Curless, Ouabache State Park, (260) 824-0926 or ouabacheinterp@dnr.IN.gov
Address for Ouabache State Park is:
Indiana Department of Natural Resources
Ouabache State Park
4930 E SR 201
Bluffton, IN 46714
Phone: (260) 824-0926
We suggest that everyone get a copy of Indiana’s hunting and fishing regulations from most any place that sells hunting/fishing license for more detailed rules and regulations. Please e-mail all questions reguarding Waynedale outdoors to: News@waynedalenews.com.