Virtual Harvest Festival

Gather your family and friends and enjoy the fall fun with us.

Join LOPTA for the ultimate celebration with our Annual Virtual Harvest Festival on Tuesday October 26th.

Take part in the fall festivities offered at our Virtual event that includes Pumpkin Decorating Contest, a Carved Pumpkin Contest, a Cake Decorating Contest, the Reflections Art Showcase, and the Homegrown Harvest Photo Challenge.

Please sign up for the contests below and help make this virtual community event a success!

Pumpkin Decorating Contest: Want to display a decorative pumpkin this Halloween? We invite all LO students to show their creative skills using art to bring their pumpkins to life. You can paint your pumpkin, give your pumpkin a fun face, or turn your pumpkin into a spooky Halloween creature. You can decorate with any materials you have around the house.

Pumpkin Decorating Contest Rules and Entry Form

Carved Pumpkin Contest: Have a talent for carving pumpkins? This Harvest Festival we invite all LO students to show their artistic skills by participating in the Carved Pumpkin Contest. Take a digital photo of your PRE-CARVED pumpkin and submit your entry!

Carved Pumpkin Contest Rules and Entry Form

Cake Decorating Contest: Do you love baking or just like to decorate cakes? We invite all LO students to show us their cake decorating handiwork.

Cake Decorating Contest Rules and Entry Form

Homegrown Garden Photo Challenge: Have you been spending time in your garden lately? This is your chance to show your culinary Prowess.We invite teachers, staff, parents, and students to share pictures of their homegrown garden fruits, vegetables, kitchen garden herbs, or favorite home brewed beverage. Submit your entries here!

HomeGrown Garden Photo Challenge Rules

Note: The deadline for all submissions is Friday, October 15th 2021, by 5pm. Winners will be announced on the Live Oak PTA School Newsletter and Facebook page on Tuesday, October 26th 2021.

For questions, please contact the Live Oak Harvest Festival coordinator, Mariam Ali