After everyone had a chance to visit the booths, the fair turned into a game day. Stewart and Karen were the game masters. They supplied popcorn and caramel apples, and they set up croquet, table shuffleboard, outdoor Yahtzee and Jenga, and corn hole. It was a little too windy to put up the badminton net, but the day was perfect otherwise - sunny and cool with the backdrop of fall colors.
After a couple hours of games, Richard started up the grills and we cooked kebobs for dinner. The event was a great success!
|Mike created a display for the Art Committee in our central circle
|Joan, who always brings beautiful food, is chairperson of the Hive committee.
|We call our common house the Hive, because it is a beehive of activity. And she definitely played up the beehive theme!!
|Joyce and Karen checking out the Gardening Committee's "booth"
|Lucy leading Mike, Meg, Barb, Chuck, Diana and Marj on a septic tour
|Marj, Barb and Chuck playing table shuffleboard
|Joan and Vonda playing Jenga - it's toppling!
|Diana is visiting Dave's Internal Website booth, where he gave people a glimpse of the behind-the-scenes work to keep our website and our contact database updated.
|Barb and Chuck enjoying popcorn at the fair - beautiful day to sit on a swing and relax!
|Joyce concentrating on getting one more block out of the Jenga tower!
|There were lots of corn hole matches! Richard and Vonda were competing in this one.
|Stewart lost the Jenga game when the top of the tower toppled, so he used a little hip action to topple the rest!
|Dick, Marj and Nancy enjoying the day
|Barb and Chuck try their hand at croquet
|Joyce had great form in tossing the Yahtzee dice!
|Meg and Rosemarie enjoying the swing
|Miles, one of the Elderberry grandkids, checks out the croquet game
|Evey, Miles' little sister, learns about corn hole
|Time for grilling! Richard, Chuck and Stewart getting things smokin'