Silver Meadows Farm ninth annual Fall Harvest Fest is this Sunday. Admission is by donation with all of the proceeds going to BC Children’s Hospital.

Fall Harvest Fest in Errington

Silver Meadows Farm is hosting its ninth annual Fall Harvest Fest this Sunday

Don’t forget your rain boots and rain jackets this weekend.

Silver Meadows Farm is hosting its ninth annual Fall Harvest Fest this Sunday.

There will be lots of family fun at Silver Meadows Farm (1016 Errington Rd.) on Oct. 16 with a corn maze, U-pick pumpkin patch, face painting, pony rides, wagon rides and games. The festival will be from 11 a.m. to

3 p.m., rain or shine.

Errington Elementary School will be hosting a concession with hot dogs, chili and corn.

Admission is by donation, with all proceeds going to the BC Children’s Hospital.

In addition to the admission, Errington artist Dan Gray will be selling one of his pieces that he painted of the festival last year. The original soft pastel piece is $1,500 and, if sold, $500 will be donated to B.C. Children’s Hospital as well.

For more information, visit Facebook or call 250-248-4450.

— NEWS Staff

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