HARVEST FESTIVAL: Approximately 1

Harvest Festival in Errington draws 1,000 people

Errington Road was lined with parked cars on both sides for about one kilometre

HARVEST FESTIVAL: Approximately 1,000 people packed Silver Meadows Farm on Sunday for its eighth annual Harvest Festival. There were games, face painting, pumpkin picking, a corn maze, tractor rides and pony rides by donation, with all proceeds going to B.C. Children’s Hospital. Errington Elementary School PAC hosted the concession, serving hot dogs, chili and corn. Errington Road was lined with parked cars on both sides for about one kilometre. Above, Riley Fox of Errington carves a pumpkin. For more photos from the event, visit our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/PQBNews.

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