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Joy, gratitude, and love filled the warm autumn air at the 2023 Anewalt’s Landscape Fall Harvest Fest.

As Anewalt’s customers, staff, and members of the community gatherred under a full moon and the lights of a fall sunset, smiles were all around as the last notes of amazing music and song by Bunchafunk still lingered.

Anewalt’s customer, Kathy, confirmed that everyone at this year’s Harvest Fest was thrilled by the event.

“The weather is gorgeous and the atmosphere welcoming,” she said. “It’s such a generous occasion and much appreciated.”

For any gathering, music is the icing on the cake of a delicious dinner, and the amazing food prepared with pride by La Abuela and El Gringo, plus the beautiful wine provided by John Skrip of Clover Hill Winery, were big hits of the evening. And cake and cookies were on the menu too!

In keeping with Lori and Eddie’s love of nature and the great outdoors, their Swiss-inspired Serenity Walk was ready for visitors. All evening, the path, created from a wide mix of materials, including stones, pinecones, and cocoa mulch, gave its travelers a barefoot, sensory experience which added to the relaxation of the views of the pond and fall foliage.

Guests to Harvest Fest were invited to participate in the Anewalt’s Trees & Bees for Tomorrow initiative, with beautiful trees available to purchase for everyone who chose to commit that evening to planting a native specimen. The Team Anewalt’s own pollinator garden was available to visit too, and despite the blooming season having come to an end, it still offered inspiration for anyone intending to encourage butterflies and other pollinators to their own properties.

No one can forget the special treat of horses and ponies at this year’s Harvest Fest. Young and old alike could choose either a pony ride through nature with the sweet animals brought in by Holy Spirit Horse Farm, or a peaceful carriage ride in the country pulled by the majestic horses of Benchfield Farms.

A big fan of Harvest Fest, Brielle, age 5, loved the animals. She said, “we did bird feeders and horsies, but I liked the horsies the best!”

Kids at Harvest Fest had plenty to do, with nature-inspired crafts ranging from those bird feeders to gourd painting and Bottle Brush Buckeye planting but could also get active with tree climbing hosted by Penn State University arborist, Jim Savage, or an epic soccer game.

Grasshopper zero-turn mowers were on site for anyone with a large property interested in a demo of these high-quality commercial mowers. Anewalt’s is proud to use Grasshopper mowers for their customers’ property maintenance programs.

Lori and Eddie hoped to make this year’s Harvest Fest legendary and the blessings of community, beautiful weather, the bounties of nature, and the gifts of music, food and drinks made the evening a true success.

“We love to see that our community is having a good time at Anewalt's. It was Eddie's dream to have this landscape company

– Lori

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