The Beverly Hills Education Foundation is hosting the Apple Harvest Carnival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, on the front lawn of Beverly Hills High School.
"I invite everyone to come and join their friends and neighbors at the Apple Harvest Carnival this Sunday," BHEF President Annette Saleh told Patch. "Our amazing committee and staff have been working tirelessly to ensure that this is the best Apple Harvest Carnival ever with lots of new and exciting rides, games and activities."
Proceeds from the event go towards the Beverly Hills Unified School District's educational programming for students.
"There will be live entertainment by the [BHHS] marching band as well as The Apple Harvesters featuring Michael J. Libow," Saleh continued. "For the first time ever, teens can participate in the Distracted Driving Course sponsored by Mercedes Benz Driving Academy."
Other activities to look forward to at this year's event are a Ferris wheel, Euro bungee, bumper cars, dunk tank and much more. There will also be a photo booth, delicious food (including barbecue from the Beverly Hills Firemen's Association booth), yummy desserts...the list goes on and on!
Patch will be at the Apple Harvest Carnival. If you spot someone in a green Patch T-shirt, it's site editor Marie Cunningham. Please say hello!