Celebrate fall at Camp Kirkwood fest


Family-friendly fun on Saturday

CHESTER TOWNSHIP — Kirkwood camp near Wilmington is inviting Clinton Countians to its second annual Fall Fest on Saturday, Oct. 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Meet local artisans and vendors from Wilmington and the Greater Cincinnati area and enjoy shopping the handcrafted goods each booth has to offer.

There will be a free craft corner for kids to enjoy creating some Halloween and fall-themed crafts, as well as hay rides and games for all ages.

Kirkwood will have a variety of raffle baskets and prizes ranging from a beautifully handcrafted set of cork magnets to a porch swing. Come and explore a fire truck.

In addition to the artisan vendors, raffle prizes, hay rides and games, there will be food, animals, a canopy trail, hiking trails, fishing, and fun at Kirkwood. Kirkwood is located at 5719 State Route 73 west of Wilmington.

With more than 55 years of service, Kirkwood has hosted numerous summer youth camps, adult and youth weekend retreats and conferences, as well as Scouting events, show choir and band camps, nature hikes, weddings, family and business events.

For more information, please e-mail director@campkirkwood.net or call the office at 937-382-3535.

Kirkwood is a 214-acre multi-purpose facility in Clinton County. The mission of Kirkwood is to provide quality facilities for day and overnight camping in a place designed for connecting and growing with friends, renewing and enriching family and professional relationships, experiencing new and exciting activities and expanding knowledge of other lifestyles and living conditions.

Kirkwood has been providing quality camps since 1963, stated a media release.

Kirkwood is powered by Matthew 25: Ministries, a federally registered 501(c)(3) international humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization.

For more information, please visit www.campkirkwood.net or contact info@campkirkwood.net .

Matthew 25: Ministries reuses approximately 15 million pounds of corporate discontinues, misprints, overruns, off-spec, slightly damaged, returned and past season products each year and redistributes them to people in desperate need throughout the United States and worldwide, the media release stated.

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Family-friendly fun on Saturday