Laughter, joyous chattering and little feet frolicking through carnival style games were the sounds heard at this year’s Visions In Education Harvest Festival events. The two day event was hosted in Pleasant Hill and Fair Oaks. More than 500 students and parents attended the Pleasant Hill event and nearly 1000 came to the event at Fair Oaks.
“The Harvest Festivals provides an opportunity for our Home School families to come together as a community to network, make new friends and share common interests while having a great time and experiencing activities similar to a traditional school setting,” Said Nancy Peterson, event and field trip coordinator.
Children delighted in the candy, prizes and about 30 games available at the festival. “The Harvest festival is always fun whether we are doing pumpkin decorations, games or crafts,” said parent Aurora Haynes, “It is important to have fun activities like this for homeschoolers. My kids always have a good time.”