Vendors and exhibit are on tap to sell jewelry, pottery, original art, toys, photography, textiles, bath and body products, clothing, and home decor. Specialty food vendors will be on hand to provide food samples of dips, fudges, olive oils, scones, marinades, and jams.
The Harvest Fest begins on Friday November 19 (10am-6pm) and runs through the weekend on Saturday (10am-6pm) and Sunday (10am-5pm).
Admission to the event is $9 for adults, $7 for Seniors (62+), and $4 for youth (13-17)
As always, parking is $10.