Local Fairground hosts second annual Fall Festival

FAIRBANKS, Alaska - It felt like fair-season last night as members of the community packed the local fair grounds for the second annual Fall Festival.
Hay Rides, games, a petting zoo, and even pictures with farm animals were just a few of the many activities throughout the evening.
Festival goers were also able to pick their own pumpkin from the pumpkin patch, which seemed to be the biggest hit.
Upstairs in the Totem Building, there were games and activities for children, including some pumpkin spice play-dough from the Children's Museum.
Volunteer Coordinator, Karen Lane, talked about what inspired the Fall Festival.
Karen Lane; Volunteer Coordinator for Fall Festival>>: "Well, there's, as you know, in other states and countries they do a fall festival where you have lots of activities, so we wanted to do that, wanted to have a community activity for everyone and this is the second fall festival."