Bethel Woods warmly welcomes guests near and far to celebrate the return of autumn by attending the 21st Annual Harvest Festival, taking place every Sunday in September from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at the corner of Hurd and West Shore Road.
Rosehaven Alpacas returns in 2019, offering yarn, roving, rugs, socks, hats, gloves, and luxurious boutique items. And of course, a chance to visit and interact with their marvelous alpacas. Bring the kids and the family and enjoy the alpacas and alpaca-ware.
Make art in the Creative Learning Tent!
- Peace Flags from recycled paper
- Family Yoga with Amy Reed from 11 AM - 2 PM
Activities will differ by week!
PLUS, enjoy live music on the Harvest Festival stage!
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM: Side F/X
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM: The Jason Gisser Band
The Harvest Festival highlights the bounty and talent of both Sullivan County and the surrounding areas. It is free, family-friendly and features more than 100 vendors, including a farmer's market, craft and artisan goods, specialty food, beer, wine, spirits, and food trucks. Offerings also include live music, a creative learning tent, corn and hay mazes, and horse and buggy rides.
About Rosehaven Alpacas:
Rosehaven Alpacas started in 2003 with a few alpacas purchased from Double E alpacas on Herd Road in Bethel, keeping the alpaca tradition alive in Sullivan County! Over the years, Rosehaven has raised and are still raising Champion alpacas for sale and breeding. They also started a store and a mill in Bethel, NY across from the Bethel Market Cafe. The mill works with local fiber farmers as well as in the tri-state area and process wool, alpaca, llama, bunny and goat for fiber farms. Rosehaven makes products from their fiber and carries many luxurious products made in America and imported from South America. Rosehaven Alpacas is proud to hire local and make local.
Please no pets. Please note that a portion of West Shore Road, from Perry Road to Hurd Road will be closed from 11am-4pm on each Harvest Festival date. Please use alternate route.