Sarah Fuzi ‘17: The Harvest Days last weekend, Oct. 8, was a success. Many vendors were open with several different goods and assorted sweets. Farmers participated in selling fresh, locally grown vegetables and other tables sold goods from handmade soups to freshly brewed coffee. In the local stores, small crafts were set up inside ranging from making small turkeys to stuffing scarecrows. In the streets, local singers and dancer performed for all attendees at the Harvest Days. The most popular attraction was the small train where many small children and parents enjoyed the ride. Due to the good weather, the cool breeze barely affected the excitement happening at Romeo Four Corners.