Monday, November 2, 2009

Photos from Human Compass Oktoberfest

The Human Compass Garden's Oktoberfest celebration on Sunday 10/25 more than made up for bad weather on the day before, which it was originally scheduled for.

A number of families showed up to enjoy such traditional Autumn activities as pumpkin carving, apple bobbing, and bulb planting, on what turned out to be a warm and clear day.
Events like this not only reinforce the importance of our great neighborhood community gardens, but they also serve as a smaller and more intimate option compared to the large Halloween events such as those at Cobble Hill Park, Mother Cabrini, or Carroll Park on Halloween weekend.
Also, if you look at the background of the picture above, you can see a glimpse of the great professional brickwork that the Human Compass Garden recently had donated. It looks amazing - so be sure to check it out next time you're passing by!

{Photos provided by Launa B.}

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