Nic Keiderling, president of the Agricultural History Project's board of directors, welcomes the crowd during the organization's 33rd annual Harvest Dinner Saturday night at the fairgrounds. The event, which is one of the Agricultural History Project's main fundraisers, featured a dinner prepared by Monterey Bay Caterers and a live and silent auction. In addition, John Kegebein, CEO of the Agricultural History Project, kicked off the capital campaign for phase two of the Living History Farm, which, once constructed, will add almost an acre of space to include livestock pens, a garden, an apple orchard, a carriage house and more. "The number one thing people ask us when they come out here is 'Where are the animals?'" Kegebein said. "This is an opportunity for us to have animals on site."