Annual Fall Fair & Wood Duck Derby

October 7, 2017

10 am–4 pm

Admission

Doing crafts at Fall Fair

$4 Adults, $3 Children (max/family $14)

Join us for a special day of games, crafts, food, and fun for the whole family at Stony Brook's 39th Annual Fall Fair! Proceeds from ticket sales will go toward supporting Stony Brook’s school, community, and camp programs, and conservation efforts.

Activities & Crafts

Pumpkin painting; cupcake decorating; face painting; games (Rock Monster & Antler Toss); Moon Bounce

Animal Demonstrations & Exhibits

Raptors (Mass Audubon's Blue Hills Trailside Museum); Rabbits (Norfolk County 4-H Cottontails); Alpacas (Hidden Hollows)

Wood Duck Derby

Cheer on your favorite as adopted rubber ducks race across the pond towards the finish line! Learn more >

Local Artists & Crafters

Handmade items for sale (just in time for holiday shopping!); Wool spinning demonstrations by the Sunday Spinners

Tasty Food

The Norfolk Lions Club will cook their famous backyard cookout fare, including local roasted corn on the cob!

Featured Event

4th Annual Wood Duck Derby

Race starts at ~2:00 pm

Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary Duck Derby
Mass Audubon logo
Norfolk Community League logo

We are gearing up for our annual fall tradition, and this year promises to be better than ever! The 4th Annual Wood Duck Derby is taking place on Saturday, October 7, at Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary. The fundraiser is sponsored in collaboration with the Norfolk Community League.

Wood Ducks (aka rubber ducks), which have been adopted by supporters of the fundraiser, will splash into the Stony Brook pond and race downstream towards the finish line to win great prizes for their adoptive parents.

The first duck to cross the finish line wins the Grand Prize of $750 cash!

Learn More

All proceeds will benefit Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary and the Norfolk Community League.

Questions?

Contact us by calling 508-528-3140 or emailing stonybrook@massaudubon.org