Family memories get made at the Fall Festival

Kids and their parents looked like they were having a whole lotta fun this weekend at the Fall Festival – and most of those parents had their cameras and video cameras working overtime to record the fun for posterity.  Homestead’s gardenblogger couldn’t resist, either.

Nothing says fall like a good old-fashioned hayride.  And the Dixieland jazz of the Boonetown Stompers is a hit any time of the year.

Pony ride!!

Lots of hay was put to good use – to support slides, and to a create kid-size maze.

Kid-size animals, too.  These baby pigs are soooo cute.

Thanks to art students from Southern High for their face-painting skills.  And how about the concentration on the faces of these bumper-car drivers!

Homestead’s water-gardening expert Dave Kemon manned the tractor to give his passengers a pint-sized thrill.  Just scary enough.

And there was more – midway-type games, pumpkin painting, and FOOD.  Kudos to Homestead’s awesome events team, headed up by Bonnie Finlay!

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