REFLECTION RIDING ARBORETUM AND NATURE CENTER— 400 Garden Road.
Stop by the rope swing, rent a kayak or paddleboard or inflatable dinghy with electric motor and have fun in the water. Register and pay on the website and get 30 minutes additional free time:
Outdoor fiesta celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with Venezuelan cuisine, music by Venezuelan artist and composer Frank Quintero; ages 4 and older, students with valid ID.
Adult plate , child's plate , includes two sides, cornbread, dessert and drink.
Ed Schilling gives free overview of sunflowers and reviews uses of the members of the Asteraceae family in gardens.
Plates , stuffed potato , sandwich , meat by the pound .
Bring folding chair and water bottle for 30-minute program on "Cherokee in the Old South," discussing how the Cherokee attempted to adapt and survive in the antebellum period.
CHEROKEE HISTORY TALK — Moccasin Bend National Archeological District, park at Gateway Site, 10 Hamm Road. Learn about natural features of park in 2-mile hike with 1,200 stair steps and 750-feet of elevation gain. Fall plant sale and festival of sustainably grown fruits, vegetables and flowers; workshops 11 a.m., noon and 1 p.m. Robert Carter educates audience on ticks and diseases they carry. 12: Tick-borne disease in Alabama, 6 p.m., Little River Canyon Center, free, Dr. 423-305-6500 EVENING IN VENEZUELA — Basilica of Sts. United Tiny House Association event brings tiny houses and micro homes to town with live music, free movie showings and workshops.