Harvest Festival at Bethel Woods featuring Sullivan 180

harvest festival at Bethel Woods
  • September 22nd 2019 11:00am - 4:00pm
  • FREE Admission | $3 Parking Fee

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.

On September 22, come celebrate health and wellbeing with Sullivan 180.  Bring the whole family and learn how to adopt a healthier lifestyle. Enjoy healthy activities, health exhibits, and screenings from a variety of local health care agencies and organizations. It will be a fun-filled family-focused day. Sullivan 180’s mission is to build a healthy, vibrant Sullivan County where everyone has a sense of purpose, connection to family and community and access to fresh foods and an active lifestyle.

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.

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 Sullivan 180: Sullivan 180 is a new nonprofit organization created to turn around the health of Sullivan County, New York.  The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation County Health Rankings has consistently placed Sullivan County 61 out of 62 New York counties.  Sullivan 180 was created to focus on ways the community could come together to best address and improve health outcomes for all.  Sullivan 180 is a vehicle to incubate, foster and support efforts to improve health and wellness in Sullivan County.  Working together with many community partners, Sullivan 180 is building a healthy, vibrant Sullivan County … where everyone has a sense of purpose, connection to family and community, with access to fresh, healthy foods and an active lifestyle.