St. Anthony School kindergartner Kulia Kaufman, 5, browses through the selection of pumpkins while visiting the University of Hawaii Maui College’s Pumpkin Patch on Monday. St. Anthony preschool, kindergarten and 3rd-grade pupils visited and each child was able to take home a pumpkin. The keiki had a chance to hear stories and learn about pumpkins. Members of the public will also have a chance to choose among seven pumpkin varieties during a harvest event from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. Visitors then can also take part in craft sales, face painting and dental hygiene demonstrations, and savor a sample of soup.