ENCHANTED!

by Verla Peichl Review Correspondent


GRACE BAUMANN (above), 10, and Ella Baumann, 5, of the Herman Cheerios 4-H Club came to the 4-H Enchanted Forest event last weekend at Camp Riversite in Hingham as a cat and a witch. Henry Zimbal (right) of Howards Grove put on his minion costume and investigated the playground toys at the 4-H Enchanted Forest event last weekend at Camp Riversite in Hingham. 4-H club members (left) took part in a corn toss game, during the 4-H Enchanted Forest event last weekend at Camp Riversite in Hingham. GRACE BAUMANN (above), 10, and Ella Baumann, 5, of the Herman Cheerios 4-H Club came to the 4-H Enchanted Forest event last weekend at Camp Riversite in Hingham as a cat and a witch. Henry Zimbal (right) of Howards Grove put on his minion costume and investigated the playground toys at the 4-H Enchanted Forest event last weekend at Camp Riversite in Hingham. 4-H club members (left) took part in a corn toss game, during the 4-H Enchanted Forest event last weekend at Camp Riversite in Hingham. Sheboygan County 4-H Clubs participated in the annual Enchanted Forest event this past weekend at Riversite Park in Hingham.

This event is always well-attended and is the perfect place to come and visit with family and friends.

The Woodland Nature Trail was filled with unusual characters and skits as portrayed by a few of the 4-H Clubs. And if its games you’re interested in, you could try your hand at a corn toss, bowling with miniature pumpkins or a number of other favorites.


Submitted photos Submitted photos The petting zoo had live critters and all of them were friendly and perfectly harmless. The snack area had hot dogs, cookies and bars. 4-H leader Barb Scholten served up a cup of hot coffee, cider or hot chocolate.

All donations go to support local food pantries so you know you can’t go wrong dropping a few coins into the slot.

The Enchanted Forest is more than a day of ghosts, goblins and witches. It’s a day of family fun, a walk in the fresh air and a joining of friends for a little relaxation filled with some laughs and entertainment.



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