Harvest Fest 2016: SLC throws their second annual harvest fest

The second annual Harvest Festival, hosted by the Student Life and Leadership office, was held in the Courtyard Cafe on October 28, from 6 to 8 p.m.

Clubs provided activities. Some of the clubs present were the Chess Club and Drama Club. The chess club brought their giant chess set. The Drama Club provided a photo booth. Other activities included putt-putt, bobbing for apples, face painting, tug-of-war, cookie decorating, costume contest and raffle.

The event planners went all out providing hot food from Panda Express, fresh fruits and veggies, cookies, turkey sandwiches, drinks and a an abundance of candy.

“I like the energy,” Said Taylor Gastorf. “Everyone is so happy and having a good time. It is liberating.”

Photo by: Danielle Jarkowsky Bobbing for apples was one of many activities including cookie decorating, putt-putt, and tug-of-war

Photo by: Danielle Jarkowsky
Bobbing for apples was one of many activities including cookie decorating, putt-putt, and tug-of-war

Photo by: Danielle Jarkowsky Taylor Gastorf plays a giant chess game provided by the chess club.

Photo by: Danielle Jarkowsky
Taylor Gastorf plays a giant chess game provided by the chess club.

Photo by: Danielle Jarkowsky Eliya Dunmire paints faces at the harvest festival.

Photo by: Danielle Jarkowsky
Eliya Dunmire paints faces at the harvest festival.

Photo by: Danielle Jarkowsky Steven Olsen shows us his split personality.

Photo by: Danielle Jarkowsky
Steven Olsen shows us his split personality.

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