The community garden hosted its inaugural harvest festival on Saturday in conjunction with the Carbon County Food Bank.
Community members gathered together to enjoy dutch oven cooking, free food and other snacks, gardening and canning presentations and to participate in other fun events that were provided.
A raffle took place about every hour to give away items, and there were plenty of exciting things for the kids to enjoy. Face painting, pumpkin decorating and a fish pond booth were some of the kids activities that were offered. A few local businesses had booths set up for enjoyment, including IFA, where a honeycomb with live bees was set up for observation.