Autumn Fair at Peck Farm Park, a delight for all

  • Madilyn Kobar, 5, of Aurora, picks out a pumpkin during the Geneva Park District Foundation's annual Autumn Fair on Saturday at Peck Farm Park in Geneva. The fundraising event supports Foundation projects, including scholarship programs and the development of Hawks Hollow Nature Playground.

    Madilyn Kobar, 5, of Aurora, picks out a pumpkin during the Geneva Park District Foundation's annual Autumn Fair on Saturday at Peck Farm Park in Geneva. The fundraising event supports Foundation projects, including scholarship programs and the development of Hawks Hollow Nature Playground. Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Nicole Grates of Geneva, helps her three-year-old daughter Elle get a closer look at Grace, an 8-year-old Brown Swiss cow, during the Geneva Park District Foundation's annual Autumn Fair Saturday in Peck Farm Park. The fundraising event supports Foundation projects, including scholarship programs and the development of Hawks Hollow Nature Playground.

    Nicole Grates of Geneva, helps her three-year-old daughter Elle get a closer look at Grace, an 8-year-old Brown Swiss cow, during the Geneva Park District Foundation's annual Autumn Fair Saturday in Peck Farm Park. The fundraising event supports Foundation projects, including scholarship programs and the development of Hawks Hollow Nature Playground. Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

 
 
Updated 9/18/2021 7:24 PM

Peck Farm Park in Geneva was full of delighted children and parents Saturday during the annual Autumn Fair.

Pony rides, a petting zoo, hayrides and pumpkin painting were only some of the activities available at the park district event.

 

The Geneva Park District Foundation's annual event supports Foundation projects, including scholarship programs and the development of Hawks Hollow Nature Playground.

Grace, an 8-year-old Brown Swiss cow, was enjoying all kinds of attention from children who were petting her.

Five-year-old Madilyn Kobar of Aurora took her time as she meticulously picked out a giant pumpkin with her grandmother.

Festival admission was free; however, there was a small fee for some food and activities.

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