Apples and Pumpkins
A Banyan Family Tradition
Two buses, two vans, pickup trucks and several cars made up the annual caravan to the apple orchard.
Gatherings are just one example of how Banyan connects members of the neighborhood with each other, creating bonds that encourage communication and belonging.
In addition to the bonds and connections - memories are made, for families, neighbors, and youth.
Favorite memories include: picking apples, selecting a pumpkin, feeding the animals, playing on the playground, riding the haywagon to the orchard, facepainting, and sharing a meal.