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harvest party

We rounded up some Harvest Party posts from last year. Just beause Halloween is over doesn’t mean there still isn’t time to throw one of your own! ¬†Click on the picture for the link to the original post.

Here are the rest of the pictures from the neighborhood harvest party. Enjoy :)


another idea for a great activity station is face painting. anybody can grab a paintbrush and try their hand at easy works of art such as flowers, balloons, and butterflies. at a party where the kids will be dressed up, it is fun to be able to add to the kids costumes.

When I was little my brother and I used to watch bozo the clown. This pumpkin toss game was inspired by the ball toss game at the end of every show. With plastic pumpkins from target, have the kids toss ping pong balls into the pumpkins, with them lined up getting farther and farther away from each other



Instead of bobbing for apples, the kids went bobbing for doughnuts. They had to eat a doughnut off of a ribbon without using their hands without letting it fall to the ground. Powdered sugar doughnuts were a lot of fun, especially if the ribbon was moving a lot :)

Here are the invitations that were mailed out to each family. Because the family hosting the party is not asking for rsvp’s, there will also be an email reminder sent out a week before the party.

Food for the harvest party included a pumpkin cake, witch cupcakes, leaf brownies, candy corn cookies, harvest chex mix, and spooky ghost punch!