Pumpkins, pumpkins, and more pumpkins were the order of the day when the Sixth Harvest Ag Festival opened at Waimea Athletic Field.
More than 2,000 pumpkins were ready to be given away to families and keiki who came from all parts of the island to indulge in the entertainment and food being offered as fundraisers for various Waimea community groups.
The Waimea High School JROTC offered two truckloads of Kauai-grown watermelon via a country store, and the West Kauai Medical Center and Kauai Veterans Memorial Hospital offered up free bicycle helmets and nighttime visibility aids.
The education center featured hands-on activities including a mini-petting zoo featuring two-week old baby goats and a lamb.
Source: The Garden Island