Summer Grey with her mom Robyn gave fishing a go at the Success by 6 and Boundary Family services booth. (Sandy Pomoroff/Submitted)

Harvest fun with Success by 6

The annual Harvest Fest took place on the Boundary Museum grounds.

On top of all the other fun and festivities at Harvest Fest on Sept. 29, there was plenty for the kids to do!

This is the fifth year the organizations have partnered with Harvest Fest to offer toys, games, fish pond, crafts and play area for kids and families at the event.

This year, partnerships with the Boundary Child Care and Resource Referral, Baby’s Best Chance and the Peer Mentor program provided even more fun, and more than 200 prizes were distributed.

Related: Harvest Fest offers food, fun Saturday

Related: Best of the Boundary at Harvest Festival

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Marcus and Violet Perkins and Eva Van Hoogevest went behind the scenes at the fishing pond! (Sandy Pomoroff/Submitted)

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