Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Patch

By Dan Watson

Last update: Saturday, October 29th, 2016

Zack Martin, 6, of Valencia picks out his pumpkin at the inaugural Harvest Festival held at Gilchrist Farm in Saugus on Saturday. The harvest Festival has a pumpkin patch, pumpkin decorating, straw bale maze, horse drawn wagon rides, petting zoo, live entertainment, face painting, crafts and food. Hours for the Fall Festival and Pumpkin Patch continue until October 31st, 9AM - 6PM daily. Dan Watson/The Signal
Zack Martin, 6, of Valencia picks out his pumpkin at the inaugural Harvest Festival held at Gilchrist Farm in Saugus on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal
Wendy Jacobo and eight-month-old daughter Vanessa take a photo in the pumpkin patch at the inaugural Harvest Festival held at Gilchrist Farm in Saugus on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal
Wendy Jacobo and eight-month-old daughter Vanessa take a photo in the pumpkin patch at the inaugural Harvest Festival held at Gilchrist Farm in Saugus on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal
Dolly Kouri drives her team of Percheron horses named Mack and Bob as they pull at wagon-load of visitors at the inaugural Harvest Festival held at Gilchrist Farm in Saugus on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal
Dolly Kouri drives her team of Percheron horses named Mack and Bob as they pull a wagon-load of visitors at the inaugural Harvest Festival held at Gilchrist Farm in Saugus on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal
Four-month-old Snow Persky and her father Justing pick out their pumpkins at the inaugural Harvest Festival held at Gilchrist Farm in Saugus on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal
Four-month-old Snow Persky and her father Justin pick out their pumpkins at the inaugural Harvest Festival held at Gilchrist Farm in Saugus on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal
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Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Patch

Irene Kang, 3, picks out a pumpkin at the inaugural Harvest Festival held at Gilchrist Farm in Saugus on Saturday. The harvest Festival has a pumpkin patch, pumpkin decorating, straw bale maze, horse drawn wagon rides, petting zoo, live entertainment, face painting, crafts and food. Hours for the Fall Festival and Pumpkin Patch continue until October 31st, 9AM - 6PM daily. Dan Watson/The Signal
Zack Martin, 6, of Valencia picks out his pumpkin at the inaugural Harvest Festival held at Gilchrist Farm in Saugus on Saturday. The harvest Festival has a pumpkin patch, pumpkin decorating, straw bale maze, horse drawn wagon rides, petting zoo, live entertainment, face painting, crafts and food. Hours for the Fall Festival and Pumpkin Patch continue until October 31st, 9AM - 6PM daily. Dan Watson/The Signal
Zack Martin, 6, of Valencia picks out his pumpkin at the inaugural Harvest Festival held at Gilchrist Farm in Saugus on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal
Wendy Jacobo and eight-month-old daughter Vanessa take a photo in the pumpkin patch at the inaugural Harvest Festival held at Gilchrist Farm in Saugus on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal
Wendy Jacobo and eight-month-old daughter Vanessa take a photo in the pumpkin patch at the inaugural Harvest Festival held at Gilchrist Farm in Saugus on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal
Dolly Kouri drives her team of Percheron horses named Mack and Bob as they pull at wagon-load of visitors at the inaugural Harvest Festival held at Gilchrist Farm in Saugus on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal
Dolly Kouri drives her team of Percheron horses named Mack and Bob as they pull a wagon-load of visitors at the inaugural Harvest Festival held at Gilchrist Farm in Saugus on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal
Four-month-old Snow Persky and her father Justing pick out their pumpkins at the inaugural Harvest Festival held at Gilchrist Farm in Saugus on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal
Four-month-old Snow Persky and her father Justin pick out their pumpkins at the inaugural Harvest Festival held at Gilchrist Farm in Saugus on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal

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Dan Watson

Dan Watson

Dan Watson, Director of Photography, has worked in community news on many local newspapers for decades and has worked at The Santa Clarita Signal for a combined total of 13 years.