Great day for a celebration

(Jeff Moberg photos) Riders disembark from the horse-drawn wagon that ferried attendees around town.
(Jeff Moberg photos) Riders disembark from the horse-drawn wagon that ferried attendees around town.

The Pumpkin Patch Festival was the best one yet, with a larger crowd than ever before, according to event organizer Joni Spaulding. “We had more things for the kids to do and had a lot of positive feedback from attendees”, she noted.
Spaulding credited all the volunteer efforts from locals, the Harvest Farmers Market family and the community who attended for making the event successful.

 

Bringing a little rodeo to downtown

 

The Longhorn won the scarecrow contest with their bull-fighting rodeo clown above the front doors of their business. Their entry was judged to be creative, fun and judges pointed out that lot of work went into it. Many businesses and organizations participated with great scarecrows to show their town support and decorate for fall and those efforts are greatly appreciated. The Harvest Farmers Market has photos of all of the scarecrows on their Facebook page.
The Longhorn won the scarecrow contest with their bull-fighting rodeo clown above the front doors of their business.
Their entry was judged to be creative, fun and judges pointed out that lot of work went into it.
Many businesses and organizations participated with great scarecrows to show their town support and decorate for fall and those efforts are greatly appreciated.
The Harvest Farmers Market has photos of all of the scarecrows on their Facebook page.