at the Heritage Park and Museums
6600 Donlon Way
Saturday, October 14, 2017
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Turn back time and enjoy an afternoon of old-fashioned fall fun at the picturesque Heritage Park and Museums. The rustic barns, cemetery and historic buildings at the park provide the perfect setting for all of the aromas and sounds of fall on the farm. Live music will fill the air as visitors enjoy tractor-pulled wagon-rides, play in a hay stack, and stroll through the vendor booths. The 1910 Kolb House and 1850s Murray Schoolhouse will be open during the event for tours. Enticing fall foods, including caramel apples, pie, hot apple cider, and popcorn will be available for purchase.
- Live Bluegrass Music in the Hay Barn
- Arts and Crafts Vendors
- Caramel Apples and other Fall Treats
- Face Painting
- Hands-On History Activities
- Haystack "Hay Play"
- Museum Tours and Exhibits
- Tractor-pulled Wagon Rides
Admission to the Harvest Fair is free. $5 Activity Wristbands are available for participation in the Hands-on Activities.
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