There’s still time to enjoy one of my favorite autumn activities in Georgetown, TX — The Pumpkin Patch at San Gabriel Presbyterian Church. It’s fun to watch the excitement of children, wandering through the pumpkins with wagons and wheelbarrows.
Many families come to the Pumpkin Patch as a tradition – a special place for their annual picture amidst bales of hay, a photogenic scarecrow family with pumpkin heads, even an old tractor that’s a magnet for kids of all ages!
If you have not made it to The Pumpkin Patch at San Gabriel Presbyterian Church, the patch is open through Halloween, October 31. Plenty of pumpkins are still available. Our pumpkins are grown on a Navajo Reservation in northern New Mexico. Proceeds from the sale are split between the Scouting program at the church and the Georgetown Independent School District homeless program.
Please carve out a time in your busy schedule to join us and bring the grandkids! I’m the coordinator of the patch again this year — if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me! Find out more about Georgetown, its attractions, its residents and its home ownership opportunities at www.GeorgetownTXRetirementLifestyle.com. If you are interested in making Georgetown, TX your hometown, contact me, Virginia Lazenby.
Until next time, Virginia