West Seattle Junction Harvest Festival: Last call for activities!

September 28, 2012 at 3:17 pm | In Holidays, West Seattle news | 16 Comments

Exactly one month till the first-ever West Seattle Junction Harvest Festival – combining the traditional business-district trick-or-treating with a close-down-the-streets dose of FREE family festival fun, AND a special California SW edition of the West Seattle Farmers’ Market. One big component of the festival (10 am-2 pm October 28th) is an array of activities sponsored and presented by local groups, schools, and businesses. Susan Melrose from the WS Junction Association is putting out one last call for ANYONE interested in organizing and presenting an activity for the festival. Here’s what’s planned already:

Sustainable West Seattle - Cider Pressing
Westside Baby – Face Painting
Delridge Food Coop – Pumpkin Walk
Hope Lutheran Church and School - Games
Community School of West Seattle – Mini Farm and Games
West Seattle Christian School and Hotwire Coffee – Cut-out wood frame photo booth (take your own), photo frame craft project
Guide Dogs For The Blind – Puppy Origami
American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 160 – Fishing for rubber duckies
Young at Art – Art Project
WS Blog/WS Bowl/WS Baby (WSB x 3) – Pumpkin Bowling
City Mouse Studio – Kooky Spooky Costume Comp’
West Seattle Eagles Hall – Fishing for fun in kiddie pool
Fitness Revolution with Jill – Win a treat for doing a fitness activity
West Seattle Music Studio – Music Listening activity (by students)
West Seattle Montessori School – Make your own bookmarks

Any other organizations/businesses/schools interested in offering a fun activity to make the first-ever edition of this festival unforgettable? E-mail Susan ASAP at susan@wsjunction.org.

16 Comments

  1. Heh, if somebody was creative enough, maybe they could build a replica of the West Seattle Bridge to use as an “alley” for the pumpkin bowling!

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    Mike

    Comment by miws — 6:42 pm September 28, 2012 #

  2. I say we celebrate Halloween again, we never trick or treated for Harvest. We had Halloween parties in our classrooms too. bring back HALLOWEEN, please.

    Comment by Alki Resident — 6:42 pm September 28, 2012 #

  3. Oooh, the poster is gorgeous!!! Nice job whoever made it. ;)

    Comment by Justme — 7:04 pm September 28, 2012 #

  4. Is it just me, or does the pumpkin on the poster totally look 3D?

    Comment by ArtsyPants — 8:05 pm September 28, 2012 #

  5. Awesome poster. Any hints on the designer?

    Comment by Jason — 8:06 pm September 28, 2012 #

  6. The graphic is from the West Seattle Junction Association’s website; unless somebody from WSJA (or the designer her/himself) happens to see this and respond, I won’t be able to ask them till Monday.

    Comment by WSB — 8:13 pm September 28, 2012 #

  7. so psyched for this!!

    Comment by lina — 9:11 pm September 28, 2012 #

  8. Okay, stupid question: Are they still doing the trick or treating in the junction on Saturday like they always do and then this on Sunday or is it being switched to Sunday?

    Comment by Bonnie — 10:23 pm September 28, 2012 #

  9. No separate trick-or-treating. Everything is part of the festival. Trick-or-treating noon-2 pm, with a costume parade at 12:30 pm (THAT will be really cool). Activities throughout. And we’ll have something grownups can put in THEIR bags (purses, pockets, whatever) – if you didn’t get the first-ever WSB freebie (an ice scraper, which is of course why the weather is still blissfully sunny) at our booth at the car show, come early and see us at Pumpkin Bowling because we’re restocking for the occasion. – TR

    Comment by WSB — 10:29 pm September 28, 2012 #

  10. This looks like so much fun!

    Comment by Noelle — 11:55 pm September 28, 2012 #

  11. What the heck happened to halloween? Is it a Pc thing?

    Portlandia!

    Comment by Smitty — 7:45 am September 29, 2012 #

  12. I’m no fan of the harvest label for events that are strictly Halloween, but please note that in this case, the Farmers’ Market – which is truly all about harvest – is part of the festival, with a special location on California just for that day. – TR

    Comment by WSB — 8:08 am September 29, 2012 #

  13. Do any of the organizations setting up the activities need help from volunteers?

    Comment by Celery — 2:10 pm September 29, 2012 #

  14. The West Seattle Farmers Market organizers are excited to be part of this new event and will be offering some fun market-centric games on this special harvest day. Our farmers are very excited to be able to stretch out a little along California and are hoping to see all their regular shoppers…and meet new ones as well!

    Comment by Chris Curtis — 10:15 am September 30, 2012 #

  15. Delridge Produce Co-op would love help for our Pumpkin Walk! Email delridgeproducecoop@gmail.com with your contact info.

    Comment by delridge — 11:33 am September 30, 2012 #

  16. Can’t wait for NEXT year’s festival!

    Comment by Gina — 2:35 pm September 30, 2012 #

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