Wrap up your fall festivals with a trip to Waters Farm on October 13-14 where the past and present combine to produce a family-oriented weekend full of activities and educational experiences.

Waters Farm is a nonprofit, all-volunteer run 501(c)3 living history center located on 120 beautiful acres in West Sutton.

This year, the 39th annual event is dedicated in loving memory of Dale Wentworth, who passed away this year while on vacation. He and his wife, Jan, owned the Warren Farm and Sugarhouse in North Brookfield. They donated the antique maple sugaring equipment at Waters Farm used for the live demonstrations. Wentworth’s friends will be at the festival this year to honor him, so stop by to purchase your favorite maple products.

Perennial favorites, as well as new activities for children and adults, include an expanded children’s area with animals, petting zoo, face painting, bounce houses, games and more.

Participate in many of the interactive opportunities, including learn to show a cow with the 4-H, amateur lumberjack contest on Sunday, Green Bean Workshop theater presentation on Saturday, Murphy Irish step dancing and hand crafts.

Save $2 per adult admission with your online membership. Exhibitors and volunteers are always welcomed. Craft vendor spaces are still available.

Visit www.watersfarm.com for more information.