Gather around a campfire at Mason Mill Park for stories and s’mores

Ranger Jonah will tell folk stories from around the world at this all-ages event

It’s a great time of year to gather around the campfire and share stories. Throw in some s’mores, and you’ve bumped it up to perfect.

Head over to Mason Mill Park on Dec. 14, and you can get all that.

That Saturday, Ranger Jonah McDonald will share folk tales from around the world while you roast your marshmallows. You can also bring a picnic dinner if you think you’ll need more than s’mores to get through the evening.

The fun begins at 4 p.m. at the historical barbeque grill, which was built in 1939 by the Works Progress Administration, a New Deal agency.

Ranger Jonah’s stories will be age appropriate, so bring the whole family. Don’t forget blankets and chairs, if you don’t like sitting on the ground. To get to the campfire, start at the South Peachtree Creek trailhead near the Mason Mill Tennis Center (McConnell Drive and Mason Mill Road) and follow signs along the path and over the railroad bridge.