DAVIDSONVILLE — Summer turns to autumn, green leaves to rusted reds, and the ghosts of the past stir from their resting places once more to wander their ancestral homes.

Davidsonville Historic State Park will hold an evening of fall fun, music and history beginning at 5 p.m.  Oct. 13.

A schedule of events from 5 to 7 includes:Tomahawk throwing, Living history presenters, fall festive crafting (a nominal fee, to be determined), historic children’s games,

Activities from 7 to 9 p.m. include: games and craft, live music by Lauren Richmond, haunted hat rides: ($4 for ages 13 and up, $2 for 12-6, 5 and under ride free), concessions will be available for purchase and catered by Roberts Country-Fied Cooking. Funnel cakes will be for sale by Cub Scout Pack 45.

For more information, call the park at 870-892-4708.

Davidsonville Historic State Park is located 15 minutes south of Pocahontas at 8047 Highway 166 South

Born in Memphis, Tennessee, Lacy, 34, spent most of her life in the hills of Lawrence County. Today, she lives in Cave City, the home of “World’s Sweetest Watermelons,” in what’s known as the Prince Matlock house. Its former owner helped create what’s known as the Cave Courts where the city’s cave lies above the Crystal River. He fashioned his home out of the same rocks and materials that are found among the cave’s property, and she feels blessed to now be its caretaker for many more years to come.