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The Harvest Festival: Week 4

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  • September 19th 2021 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • FREE Admission | $5 Parking Fee
  • A portion of West Shore Road (from Perry Road to Hurd Road) will be closed from 11 AM- 4 PM on each Harvest Festival date. Please use alternate route.
  • As a reminder, pets are not permitted at this event.

The Harvest Festival is an annual farmer's market much-loved by our community and surrounding region.

Now in its 23rd year, the annual event returns in 2021 for six consecutive weeks.

Harvest Festival celebrates the bounty of locals farms, talent of local artisans, flavor of homemade specialty food items, and also features live music, food trucks, crafts, special offerings, and more.

What You Can Expect:

+ More than 80+ regional vendors.

+ Live music on the Harvest Festival stage.

+ A food truck court.

+ A corn maze $3/1; $5/2; $10/4; $15/5+


+ Performances on the Harvest Festival stage:

12:00 - 1:30 PM: Delaware Valley Raptors

2:00 - 3:30 PM: Jared Mahone

+ At the Creative Learning Tent: Get creative with beads as you create ornaments, mobiles, sun catchers, jewelry, and more! Note: For everyone's health and safety, this will be a mask-required zone that serves children under the age of 12. 

Plus, Equine Rescue Resource is bringing mini horses!

Equine Rescue Resource rescues and rehabilitates equines with the goal of finding them safe and loving homes. They are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and run solely on donations and volunteers efforts. Learn more here.

Consider Making a Donation to Nourish Your Neighbor

We are pleased to partner with Nourish your Neighbor Community Drive to benefit the Shepherds Food Pantry in White Lake and the United Mongaup Valley United Methodist Church. Food collection will take place each week at Harvest Festival thru October 3. Guests can drop off their items in a bin at the festival entry. As a healthy food drive initiative, Nourish You Neighbor is accepting fresh produce and perishable items, in addition to non-perishable healthy items. A suggested item list is provided hereThe Bethel Community Drive also collects gloves, hats and socks to support the Mongaup Valley United Methodist Church. Thank you in advance!