Scenes from the Mason Harvest Festival


“Wipe Out” allowed children attending the Mason Harvest Festival to try out their ninja skills while jumping from ball to ball.


The corn pit was a favorite among the children at the Mason Harvest Festival Saturday. Also available, and popular, were the round bales of hay for climbing.


A participant in the hay bale toss is pictured as he gives it all he has to throw the bale as far as possible.


Tyler Moore, pictured at right, was the winner of the hay bale toss in Saturday’s contest at the Mason Harvest Festival. Coming in second was Nolan Pierce, center, while Colby Hood, left, was third. All won cash prizes.


Saylor McDonald is pictured as she gets temporary tattoos from helpers Heaven Bush, left, and Kaylee Ferguson, right, at Saturday’s Mason Harvest Festival.


Mazi Russell is pictured as she chooses some prizes following a game at the Mason Harvest Festival Saturday.


Mary VanMeter, pictured in the center, won the iron skillet toss at the Mason Harvest Festival. Placing second was Chandra Stanley, left, while Jamie McGee, right, won third place. All received cash prizes.


Haley Zerkle was the winner of a cake in one of many cake walks during the Mason Harvest Festival.


The “Power Wheels” race track was a popular activity at the Mason Harvest Festival, held Saturday in the town park. Other activities for youngsters included inflatables, a bungee ride, corn pit, games and more.


“Wipe Out” allowed children attending the Mason Harvest Festival to try out their ninja skills while jumping from ball to ball.

The corn pit was a favorite among the children at the Mason Harvest Festival Saturday. Also available, and popular, were the round bales of hay for climbing.

A participant in the hay bale toss is pictured as he gives it all he has to throw the bale as far as possible.

Tyler Moore, pictured at right, was the winner of the hay bale toss in Saturday’s contest at the Mason Harvest Festival. Coming in second was Nolan Pierce, center, while Colby Hood, left, was third. All won cash prizes.

Saylor McDonald is pictured as she gets temporary tattoos from helpers Heaven Bush, left, and Kaylee Ferguson, right, at Saturday’s Mason Harvest Festival.

Mazi Russell is pictured as she chooses some prizes following a game at the Mason Harvest Festival Saturday.

Mary VanMeter, pictured in the center, won the iron skillet toss at the Mason Harvest Festival. Placing second was Chandra Stanley, left, while Jamie McGee, right, won third place. All received cash prizes.

Haley Zerkle was the winner of a cake in one of many cake walks during the Mason Harvest Festival.

The “Power Wheels” race track was a popular activity at the Mason Harvest Festival, held Saturday in the town park. Other activities for youngsters included inflatables, a bungee ride, corn pit, games and more.

“Wipe Out” allowed children attending the Mason Harvest Festival to try out their ninja skills while jumping from ball to ball.
http://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/10/web1_10.18-Harvest-1.jpg“Wipe Out” allowed children attending the Mason Harvest Festival to try out their ninja skills while jumping from ball to ball.

The corn pit was a favorite among the children at the Mason Harvest Festival Saturday. Also available, and popular, were the round bales of hay for climbing.
http://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/10/web1_10.18-Harvest-2.jpgThe corn pit was a favorite among the children at the Mason Harvest Festival Saturday. Also available, and popular, were the round bales of hay for climbing.

A participant in the hay bale toss is pictured as he gives it all he has to throw the bale as far as possible.
http://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/10/web1_10.18-Harvest-3.jpgA participant in the hay bale toss is pictured as he gives it all he has to throw the bale as far as possible.

Tyler Moore, pictured at right, was the winner of the hay bale toss in Saturday’s contest at the Mason Harvest Festival. Coming in second was Nolan Pierce, center, while Colby Hood, left, was third. All won cash prizes.
http://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/10/web1_10.18-Harvest-4.jpgTyler Moore, pictured at right, was the winner of the hay bale toss in Saturday’s contest at the Mason Harvest Festival. Coming in second was Nolan Pierce, center, while Colby Hood, left, was third. All won cash prizes.

Saylor McDonald is pictured as she gets temporary tattoos from helpers Heaven Bush, left, and Kaylee Ferguson, right, at Saturday’s Mason Harvest Festival.
http://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/10/web1_10.18-Harvest-5.jpgSaylor McDonald is pictured as she gets temporary tattoos from helpers Heaven Bush, left, and Kaylee Ferguson, right, at Saturday’s Mason Harvest Festival.

Mazi Russell is pictured as she chooses some prizes following a game at the Mason Harvest Festival Saturday.
http://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/10/web1_10.18-Harvest-6.jpgMazi Russell is pictured as she chooses some prizes following a game at the Mason Harvest Festival Saturday.

Mary VanMeter, pictured in the center, won the iron skillet toss at the Mason Harvest Festival. Placing second was Chandra Stanley, left, while Jamie McGee, right, won third place. All received cash prizes.
http://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/10/web1_10.18-Harvest-7.jpgMary VanMeter, pictured in the center, won the iron skillet toss at the Mason Harvest Festival. Placing second was Chandra Stanley, left, while Jamie McGee, right, won third place. All received cash prizes.

Haley Zerkle was the winner of a cake in one of many cake walks during the Mason Harvest Festival.
http://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/10/web1_10.18-Harvest-8.jpgHaley Zerkle was the winner of a cake in one of many cake walks during the Mason Harvest Festival.

The “Power Wheels” race track was a popular activity at the Mason Harvest Festival, held Saturday in the town park. Other activities for youngsters included inflatables, a bungee ride, corn pit, games and more.
http://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/10/web1_10.18-Harvest-9.jpgThe “Power Wheels” race track was a popular activity at the Mason Harvest Festival, held Saturday in the town park. Other activities for youngsters included inflatables, a bungee ride, corn pit, games and more.