PHOTOS: Fall Festival fun on Gould Street

(Courtesy Megan Stephens)

Students had the opportunity to decorate handheld pumpkins with paint, coloured markers and a variety of pompoms. (Courtesy Megan Stephens)

The Ryerson Student Life Program celebrated the season with an autumn street festival on Oct. 26 that took place on Gould Street. The second annual Fall Festival had everything from pumpkins and hay bales to make-your-own candy apples and decorating mason jars for people to enjoy. The seasonal festival also had free apple cider, a canned food drive, games and a chance to sign-up for the Ryerson Movember Team. The annual fundraiser is hosted by the Ryerson rams and uses select men’s and women’s home games to show their support for prostate cancer and men’s health awareness.

(Courtesy Megan Stephens)

Ryerson students gather around the glowing mason jar table for some do-it-yourself fun. (Courtesy Megan Stephens)

(Courtesy Megan Stephens)

Third-year finance student, Stephanie Ricciardi, shows off the beginning of her mason jar. (Courtesy Megan Stephens)

(Courtesy Megan Stephens)

Left to Right: Third-year law and business students Sarah Huynh and Jennifer Ung, fourth-year finance student Sara Noor and third-year HTM student Tamar Huynh show off their creations from the Fall Festival. (Courtesy Megan Stephens)

(Courtesy Megan Stephens)

Second-year economics student Musa Raveendran and fourth-year accounting student Sam Song stop by the hay bales for a thematic photo booth. (Courtesy Megan Stephens)

(Courtesy Megan Stephens)

Student Life Program orientation and events specialists, Emilie Morin and Andrew Bisnauth prepare caramel sauce before the next round of students line up for a taste of Fall with candy apples. (Courtesy Megan Stephens)

(Courtesy Megan Stephens)

Student Life Program orientation and events specialist, Emilie Morin, mans the DIY candy apple table. (Courtesy Megan Stephens)

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