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Third Weekend in October

Every October this event begins with a free Friday evening campfire to roast marshmallows, and storytelling. Hot dogs, hot cocoa and soft drinks for sale.

The Festival gets underway Saturday at 11 am and closes at 5 pm. Saturday admission is just $5/adult and free for kids K-12 and younger; parking is free.

Enjoy music and dancing on the outdoor stage. Local artists offer their handmade crafts and foods for sale, and demonstrations of corn-grinding, blacksmithing and butter churning add to the excitement.

The Country Fair features competitions and exhibits of jams, jellies, pies, cakes, quilts, needlework, pumpkins, photography, mountain crafts and native crafts and much more. Youth and adult divisions. Rules and Regulations for County Fair Entries (pdf).

There's even a Quilt Exhibit, where entrants might win a $100 Viewer's Choice award. To submit a quilt this year, download the entry form. Entries must be postmarked by October 10.

The Schoolhouse Cafe will be open all day.

Vendors: want to be a part of the Harvest Festival? Download the Vendor Application

2021 harvest festival schedule

A 2-day festival celebrating all things Fall with music, food, art & crafts vendors, country fair, quilt show, artisan demonstrations and more.

award graphicFriday, October 15, 6 – 8 pm
Enjoy the 6 pm campfire and marshmallow roast. Hot dogs, hot cocoa & soft drinks for sale. A storyteller will be on hand. Free admission.

Saturday, October 16, 11 am - 5 pm. Music, food, art & crafts vendors, antique farming demonstrations, clogging, country fair and quilt exhibit. $5 admission per adult. Students K-12, free. The lineup includes local musicians and dancers.