Harvest Festival WOW 2010 started today!

Posted by on Sep 16, 2010 | Leave a Comment

It’s time for Harvest Festival WOW! The festivities of Harvest Festival have been started at the Stamford Museum and Natural Center today.

Generally there is one saying about Harvest Festival is that it starts when the days have begun to remain cool and nights become shorter. Harvest Festival offers a number of activities for the visitors on Heckscher Farm including harvests, antique tool demonstration and techniques to turn apples into cider.

No matter whatever interests your family, you will find some sort of entertainment suitable to you. In the Harvest Festival you can enjoy a hay wagon ride, or could pick a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch for a very small additional fee.

Other fun activities everyone can enjoy include face-painting, live music, storytelling, children’s crafts and much more. Children who arrive in costume will receive a free prize! We’ll even have a costume parade led by a special guest!

The organizers are expecting 7000 visitors in the mountains. Admission is $ 7 at the door from 13 and older, $ 4 for six to twelve years old and free for five years and younger. Music festival of the harvest has also assembled an amazing lineup of talent at the local, regional and national level for this group of years at Mulberry Mountain.

The boys in red, Saskatchewan, the drummersare welcome, while the announcer Rob Daugherty explains what the judges of flights at a time and know-how. Live Music and other demonstrations are also part of the Harvest Festival. The children at the Harvest Festival will be entertained with storytelling, as well as face painting.

Further information about the Harvest Festival could be obtained by calling 203.977.6521 or simply visit the Museum website

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