Fall is definitely in the air as hundreds of families flock to the Idaho Botanical Gardens for this year's Fall Harvest Festival.
The gardens are decorated with pumpkins and gourds and visitors have a variety of activities to choose from including live music, food, a corn maze, pumpkin patches and hay rides.
Organizers say they couldn't possible pull off the annual event without the help of more than 40 people who volunteered their time.
The Fall Harvest Festival continues Sunday from 12:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.
There is an admission fee to enter.
The event also serves as the kick-off for their month-long "Scarecrow Stroll" at the garden.