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Celebrate spring at Edgar Evins State Park April 8
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Bob Tarter of NHECM never fails to thrill as he makes his wild and exotic animal presentation an up close and personal experience. He will make an appearance at the Celebration of Spring at Edgar Evins State Park on April 8 with activities planned throughout the day.

The Annual Celebration of Spring at Edgar Evins State Park, Silver Point, on April 8 will be a day of outdoor fun for individuals and families. Registration will open at 8:15 a.m. in front of the office and continue until about 4 p.m.
The first event will be a guided wildflower hike at 8:30 a.m. on the Highland Rim Nature Trail, led by ranger Mark Taylor. Beginning at 9:30 a.m. there will be live entertainment, including wild animal presentations and the Cannon Arts Dance Studio. Face painting, crafts making, climbing the observation tower and boat rides will also be available. You may bring your lunch or buy it from Boy Scout Troop 875 and Girl Scout Troop 1146. There are many picnic tables scattered throughout the park to enjoy a sit-down meal. Youngsters may hunt Easter Eggs at the campground at 2 p.m. and, of course, an Easter Bunny will be on-hand for picture opportunities.
Reservations for the $2 boat rides will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. Children must be over 3 years of age and accompanied by an adult to ride on the boats for safety reasons. Everything else is free except optional food purchases.
This will be the 11th year for this event, sponsored jointly by Friends of Edgar Evins State Park and park staff. The Friends of Edgar Evins State Park is an all volunteer organization with the sole purpose of helping the park. For more information you may visit the website at www.foeesp.com or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/friendsofeesp   
Edgar Evins State Park is located at 1630 Edgar Evins Park Road, Silver Point. The entrance is in DeKalb County, on Center Hill Lake, approximately 20 miles north of Smithville, 20 miles west of Cookeville, and 60 miles east of Nashville  From I-40 take exit 268 at State Hwy. 96 and Center Hill Lake.