BOISE – There was live music, wagon rides, good food and games as many people came out Sunday to the Idaho Botanical Garden for the Fall Harvest Festival.
New this year, you could enjoy an artful display of Idaho produce and a house made of pumpkins.
It’s the 4th year in a row for the event.
Organizers say it is a family event where there is something for everyone.
“The Botanical Garden is all about being a family gathering place, and to make this be something that makes us come out for the fall, and help people be connected to this garden made the Fall Harvest Festival perfect,” said Executive Director Julia Runzberg.
She says, of course, the fall festival is not possible without the help of the sponsors, volunteers and all the participating vendors.