Gourd-geous sounds in the garden

The Richmond Indigenous Gourd Band performs during Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden’s ‘Goblins and Gourds’ harvest celebration in the Children’s Garden Oct. 23.

Barry Bless of the Richmond Indigenous Gourd Band.

Kyra Biernot, age 4.

Twins Sarah and Abby Shabty, age 19 months.

(Left) Garret Rowe, age 4, protects villagers from a menacing dragon.

Barry Bless of the Richmond Indigenous Gourd Band.

"Miss Dawn" (the garden keeper at Lewis Ginter) and the Richmond Indigenous Gourd Band lead a parade of youngsters and parents through the Children's Garden at Lewis Ginter.

"Miss Dawn" (the garden keeper at Lewis Ginter) and the Richmond Indigenous Gourd Band lead a parade of youngsters and parents through the Children's Garden at Lewis Ginter.

"Miss Dawn" (the garden keeper at Lewis Ginter) and the Richmond Indigenous Gourd Band lead a parade of youngsters and parents through the Children's Garden at Lewis Ginter.

Madison Truban, age 5.

Mia Lee-Bishop, age 5.

Sabrina S., age 1 1/2, plays in the Pumpkin Patch.

Mackenzie Gray, age 3 1/2, sweeps things up in the Children's Garden.

Sevi Carrilo, age 4, keeps the streets of the Children's Garden free of crime.

Dabney Morriss of Ice Cream Connection.



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