Shops, residents enjoy sunny weather and farm animals
Residents of the Mount Pleasant Village, Davisville and Leaside neighbourhoods enjoyed the early fall weather Sept. 24 by taking in the sights at the Mount Pleasant Village Harvest Fair.
Cornstalks adorned the lamp posts, balloons waved hello in the breeze, and an ark full of barnyard animals kept youngsters aglow.
The annual event, put on by the Mount Pleasant Village BIA, brings neighbours and businesses together with apple pie eating contests, pumpkin carving, face painting and edible goodies along Mount Pleasant Road.
NEW FRIENDS: Kate Punnett, middle, and her year-old daughter, Naia, get acquainted with a visiting llama.
SMASHING GOOD TIME: Drummer Kenneth Wong of the Sean Stanley Trio keeps rhythm.
HELLO, MY NAME IS LUCA: Though this Nova Scotia Duck-Tolling Retriever may not live on the second floor, she does call Uptown Chiropractic home. She was sunning herself on the front steps of the clinic during the Harvest Fair.
WHIP IT: Sylvie Thobor, of Thobors Boulangerie Patisserie Cafe stirs up some chocolate on the Mount Pleasant strip.
THEREIN LIES THE RUB: Christine Gagnon of the Neighbourhood Clinic gives Steve Till a massage during Mount Pleasant Village’s Harvest Fair.
TICKLING SOME IVORIES: Sean Stanley, of the Sean Stanley Trio, belts out a number during the Harvest Fair on Sept. 24.
BLOWING IN THE WIND: Gymboree’s Caterina Gliosca enjoys the sun and bubbles during Mount Pleasant Village’s Harvest Fair.