On Saturday, the Whitehouse Nature Center Fall Farm Fest invited students and community members to come participate in a variety of fall-themed activities (Photo by Jessica Behrman).
The annual Whitehouse Nature Center Fall Farm Fest took place Saturday at the Student Farm off Newburg Road. Open to the college and community members, cider and donuts were provided along with pumpkin decorating and a hayride around the Wren Trail.
Children enjoy the face painting station where Tanya Jagdish, a sophomore from Bangalore, India, creates tigers, butterflies and pumpkins (Photo by Jessica Behrman).
Dr. Wesley Dick, a professor in Albion College’s history department, brought his dog, who enjoyed some friendly company, to the event (Photo by Jessica Behrman).
Angel Ramirez, a junior from Chicago, demonstrates how to walk on stilts that the Student Farm offers in multiple heights (Photo by Jessica Behrman).
The Student Farm opened up it’s hoop house, which that still has celery and tomatoes ready to eat. Lauren Bergeron, a sophomore from Riverview, Mich.igan, holds up a ripe orange tomato (Photo by Jessica Behrman).
Jonas, son of Whitehouse Nature Center Director Jason Raddatz, comes running back from a bumpy but exciting hayride to enjoy the apple cider and donuts (Photo by Jessica Behrman.)