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Goin Native Therapeutic Gardens is hosting a free Family Fall Fest on Saturday, Oct. 22 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Reata Park, located at 28632 Ortega Highway.

Visitors can learn the basics of composting, vertical gardens, sharpening tools and creating a butterfly sanctuary during an array of free workshops, which run from 9 a.m. to noon. The day will also feature a fall festival plant sale, a variety of activities and crafts for kids, food and entertainment. A succulent pumpkin centerpiece workshop was recently added to the lineup with a cost of $30 per person.

Guests who donate a canned food item for Second Harvest Food Bank will receive a free pumpkin to decorate, while supplies last. (Free pumpkin decorating is separate from the pumpkin centerpiece workshop).

For more information, contact Goin Native at 949.606.6386 or Click here for the flyer.

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