Wednesday, October 22, 2008

St. Paul's Pumpkin Patch

The Pumpkin Patch is open at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. The annual fundraising project allows people to pick a pumpkin from the courtyard, and there are extra activities for children on Friday nights at 6 p.m. such as storytelling and face painting.

15 comments:

Kathleen said...

Now I know where to get my pumpkin!

Tanya said...

And I see a butterfly :)

Kate said...

A wonderful tradition. Good photo to show the scene.

Virginia said...

Colorful and so beautifully arranged!

Hope said...

A wonderful fall scene...and, of course, I love the butterfly in the center of the courtyard.

Sailor Girl said...

Could I also have one pumpkin, please? It reminds me of my favourite cartoons, «Peanuts»!!!!!

(Thank you for your comment to my post, which forced me to change it! Thus, «N» is also for «Never seen such a beautiful Lighthouse in my Life»!!! LOL)

Hope said...

Rambling Round,

I have given your blog an award for wonderful fall/autumn photos. Stop by my blog on today's post to pick up your award and then pass on to others.

~ Hope from Knoxville Daily Photo

Rambling Round said...

Thank you, Hope. I will post the award with my photo tomorrow and pass it on! So glad you enjoy the photos.

marley said...

The perfect place to find the perfect pumpkin. This photo reminds me that I must get mine!

babooshka said...

That just looks sumptious.

Tanya said...

Good morning! Come visit me for an award I've left for you :)

Rambling Round said...

Thanks, Tanya!
I haven't got my post up for Thursday yet, but I will recognize your award when I do!

Hope said...

Rambling Round,

I have received the BFF blog award, and now it is my turn to pass the award on to others. I have chosen your blog ...stop by my blog on today's post to pick up your award.

Also...I realize this is the 2nd award I've given you in as many days....but you were one of the first to visit my new blog and I thought of you immediately!

~Hope from Knoxville

Marie said...

I like the way people celebrate Halloween and other "fĂȘtes". I would like the French would celebrate as well as you do here.

dot said...

Nice colorful picture! After seeing tanya's comment I had to go back and find the butterfly.