Autumn magic is afoot at Stepping Stone. Just in time for jack-o’-lantern carving, the parking lot of The Lantern House will transform into a pumpkin patch, where each Stepping Stone family will receive their very own orange orb (while supplies last). And where parents can snap a few festive photos of their children. Costumes are most definitely encouraged.
Residents are all invited to attend the Stepping Stone Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 24, from 10am to 1pm. And along with a pumpkin, you can grab a snack and a latte or hot cocoa from Espresso Affair, everyone’s favorite copper-topped coffee cart.
Stepping Stone’s Fall Festival is just one of the many events that keep residents connected. From the beginning, Stepping Stone has been dedicated to creating a vibrant, strong sense of community, with a Community Manager, Kimberly Aikens, whose job it is to dream up fun things to do —yet is always eager to hear resident input. In fact, feel free to share your thoughts with Kimberly while you’re at the Fall Festival, which is also a lovely opportunity to chat with your neighbors, scope out the cute/scary costumes, and get into the Halloween spirit.