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Public invited to Gold Hill Mesa development's 'Fall Harvest Festival' Oct. 13

The Gold Hill Mesa development sponsors public events on a regular basis. Most recent was the summer concert series. This slip-n-slide for youthful concert attendees was popular on a hot Sept. 15. Coming up is the Fall Harvest Festival Oct. 13.
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Sept. 30, 2018
       Live music and activities commemorating harvest season will be free and open to the public at Gold Hill Mesa Saturday, Oct. 13.
       The Fall Harvest Festival will run 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the large Westside development's community center, 142 S. Raven Mine Drive.
       Performing will be Thunder and Rain, playing Americana music.
       Also included will be food vendors, face painting, a “pumpkin patch,” pony rides and a petting zoo, a press release states.
       A portion of vendor proceeds will go to the Bear Creek Nature Center, the release adds.
       Gold Hill Mesa is a roughly 210-acre development east of 21st Street that is about two-thirds of the way to building 650-some homes. According to Stephanie Edwards, vice president and chief marketing officer for the development, the festival "is an excellent opportunity for Gold Hill Mesa to invite the broader public into our popular neighborhood and enjoy great music and family-friendly activities while experiencing our welcoming community.”
       For more information, call 633-2202 or e-mail info@goldhillmesa.com.

Westside Pioneer/press release
(Community: Neighborhoods)

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