Celebrate the beauty of fall in the Mississippi River valley in Wabasha, a historic river town nestled in the bluffs of southeast Minnesota. Each year, Wabasha hosts a fall festival called SeptOberfest which takes place mid-September and runs through October.
Check out the 2015 SeptOberfest schedule at the National Eagle Center!
Northern Lights Photography – Friday, September 18, 12pm
Photographer Larry Ricker presents his amazing photos of the northern lights and shares how he captures such remarkable images.
All About Feathers – Saturday, October 10, 12pm
Author and photographer Stan Tekiela shares stories and images from his latest book, Feathers. Book signing and sales.
October Break – October 15-17
Lots of family friendly programs featuring live animals and birds!
Live owl program – Thursday, October 15, 12pm
Interpretive program with an expert naturalist from the International Owl Center featuring live owls.
Live reptiles and hands-on fun!
Kids will enjoy hands-on learning and meeting live animals with naturalist, storyteller David Stokes.
Friday, October 16, 12pm and 2pm, and Saturday, October 17, 10am.
Bring the kids and meet some farm animals! Friday and Saturday, October 16-17, 10am-5pm.
And more .. check back for details!
Of course, we’ll be offering our live eagle programs at 11am, 1pm and 3pm everyday!
For a complete listing of SeptOberfest events in Wabasha, visit wabashamn.org/septoberfest.