Fall Festival 2014
I don’t know if it’s the beautiful weather, the amazing food or the darling decorations, but it is just a happy time.
One of the most popular features of the Fall Festival was the pumpkin patch!
Each child was able to pick out a pumpkin to decorate!
These were a few of my favorites:
Isn’t that princess pumpkin adorable?
Of course, it wouldn’t be a fall festival without delicious food!
The roasted corn is hard to beat; however, the three sisters’ stew was incredible!
Cooked in a cast-iron pot over a log fire, this corn, bean and squash medley was divine!
After sampling the Three Sister’s Stew, I took a stroll through the Spiral Garden and snapped a few pictures of the giant gourds.
The gourds are incredibly large and growing rampantly!
If you are planning a visit to the Cultural Center, be sure to check out the Spiral Garden. Located behind the Traditional Village, the garden produces a lot of food used in the Aaimpa' Café.
Did you know that kale and broccoli are considered winter plants?
They are strong enough to withstand the freezing temperatures!
Guests that attended the Fall Festival were able to help us cultivate our winter plants and take home a few for their own garden.
As you can see, there was a lot to do at our Fall Festival!
If you missed out, don’t worry! We have a lot of fun things planned in the next few months. Check out our events page for a list of upcoming celebrations.
I hope to see you soon!