This celebration of the season is an event open to Wasatch Charter School families and the public. Admission to the Harvest Festival is free.
Saturday, October 13: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Families can participate on hands-on activities, enjoy live performances, and shop local vendors. Start your holiday shopping early by visiting more than 30 local artisans on site. Visitors will find art, homemade goods, learning materials, and more. You can also drop off your purchases at the gift wrapping station. This day will also include a community bake sale, coffee/hot chocolate by Sugar House Coffee, and lunch options.
Wristbands can be purchased for children for $10 and will include the following activities: *Face painting *Making dreamcatchers *Felting acorns *Hair braiding *Corn hole *Hula hoop *Lollipop tree *Tug-O-War *Ring toss *Pocket Fairy *Ladder toss *Oversized Jenga *Art station *Making gnome figurines
Other activities are available for additional purchase including: *Angel Room $1 per item *Jump rope making $15 *Silk dyeing $15 (sm.) $20 (lg.)
Gift Wrapping A gift wrapping station will be provided so that you can have all of your purchases wrapped while you enjoy food and entertainment at the event. Small.....................................$2.00 (Jewelry Box, Scarf Box, Mug Box) Medium................................$3.00 (Shirt Box, Large Mug Box, Board Games) Large.....................................$4.00 (Sweater Box) Extra Large...........................$5.00
Community Bake Sale The price range will be from $1 for individual sweets up to $20 for pies and cakes. (Payment at the booth is with tickets only. Purchase tickets at the event with cash or check, or with card online, see below.)
Purchasing Tickets Wristbands and tickets can be purchased in advance to save time and avoid waiting in line. Wristbands are $10 and tickets can be purchased for any amount you choose.
*Note that all of the activities listed for an additional cost as well as gift wrapping, bake sale items, and lunch items must be paid for using tickets. These stations will be unable to accept money.
You may pick up your wristbands and tickets on Friday, October 12th at the Front Office or on Saturday, October 13th at the Harvest Festival Will Call. You may also purchase wristbands and tickets at the event (cash or check preferred).
Live performances Wasatch Charter School students and teachers will be providing entertainment on the stage. 10:30am, Spruce class (Heather Allred 3rd grade) 11:00am, Preschool teachers Ms. Marla and Ms. B will be storytelling 11:30am, Magnolia class (Michelle Woods 1st grade) 11:50am, Redwing class (Corinne Gentry 3rd grade) 12:10pm, Sun Garden (Mrs. Jo's Kindergarten) 12:30pm, Juniper class (Emily Cox 5th grade) 12:50pm, Clover class (Robert Macdonald 5th grade) 1:10pm, Sparrow class (Tesia Brown 2nd grade) 1:30pm, Middle School Choir (6th, 7th, and 8th graders in choir class) 2:10pm, Praesepe class (Joan Baugh 4th grade) 2:30pm, Phoenix class (Roel Op 't Ende 8th grade) 2:50pm, Polaris class (Isabel Stearns 4th grade)