42nd Annual Fall Faire & Pumpkin Patch
October 15, 2017; 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
1601 E. 16th Street, Newport Beach, CA 92663
Come and join the fun at the Annual Fall Faire and Pumpkin Patch! What’s it all about? Check out pictures from last year’s Fall Faire!
PARKING is usually tight! If you live close by, why not walk or ride your bike? HERE is a map to alternate places to park in our neighborhood.
To volunteer at the Fall Faire, click HERE.
Pumpkins of all shapes and sizes will be available for sale. Come take a great family photo in our cute pumpkin patch while you’re shopping! Proceeds benefit our environmental education programs.
Participate in a variety of fun crafts! Purchase a re-usable ENC canvas bag for $5 – your “ticket” to make awesome crafts like Water Bottle Piggy Banks, Egg Carton Helicopters, Newspaper Hats, Water Bottle Watering cans, Native plants and Toilet Paper Roll Monsters! Saddleback fashion department will be on hand with their fun photo booth, too!
Bring the kids and play super fun games like Trash Tumble, Froggie Flip, Ugly Duck-ring, Feeding Frenzy, Funky Fishing, Fore Fun, Pancake Picnic and Web Cast! Winners can enter to win prizes in our children’s auction!
Purchase delicious food and drinks from our Restaurant Sponsors: 17th Street Deli, Bluewater Grill, Kean Coffee, Mi Casa, the Newport Beach Fire Department, Pizza Bakery, Saltwater Catering, Sensitive Sweets, Gratitude, and Veronicakes. Email us if you’re a restaurateur that would like to participate.
Face Painting & Henna Tattoos
Visit the Fall Faire and decorate your body! Our face painters will be on hand to paint spiders, bats and pumpkins on your face, while our henna artists create beautiful designs on hands and feet. All fees benefit our environmental education programs.
Pony Rides and Petting Zoo
Take a ride on a friendly pony or visit a variety of barnyard animals in our petting zoo! All fees benefit our environmental education programs.
Native Plant Sale
Are you ready to SAVE MONEY on water and landscape maintenance? Whether your goal is to draw more butterflies or birds to your yard, save water, reduce pesticide use, or showcase color throughout the year, native plants can help! Visit the Fall Faire to purchase native plants for your garden.
Francisco the Bug Guy and the Orange County Bird of Prey Center will be on hand with their live hawks and owls.