Picking pumpkins in Lone Tree

Posted 10/9/18

Local residents and out-of-town visitors recently gathered at Schweiger Ranch in Lone Tree to spend an October day celebrating the season at the Schweiger Ranch Fall Festival. The festival came …

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Picking pumpkins in Lone Tree

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Local residents and out-of-town visitors recently gathered at Schweiger Ranch in Lone Tree to spend an October day celebrating the season at the Schweiger Ranch Fall Festival. The festival came complete with a petting zoo, live music, food trucks, hay-wagon rides and a pumpkin patch.

Sebastian Switzine, of Lone Tree, attended with his son, Matthew, to buy pumpkins the family will carve for Halloween, while Rachael Gingrich, of Denver, said she came to get her children outdoors and enjoy fall activities.

The City of Lone Tree and the Schweiger Ranch Foundation hosted the event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Oct. 6 as one of many community events planned this fall. The event was free and open to the public.

“We came last year,” said Ali Loomis, of Centennial, who brought her two sons to pick pumpkins. “Just love it.”

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