Harvest rakes its way into Seattle

September 29, 2012 by  

A ‘Harvest Celebration’ comes into Seattle later this morning and promises to be an enjoyable family event to celebrate the coming of fall. The kids have returned to school and this begins a time when families wind down from summer and start spending more time together in the home.

This fun family festival has something for everyone and is being held in an excellent location for children and adults alike. The amphitheater, where the performers play, has tremendous acoustic sound and can be heard throughout the area, so no matter what people are doing at this festival, it will be accompanied by the sound of great music. This year’s performers include The Smalltime String Band and Harmonica Pocket.

Besides the bands, Debbie Doolittle’s Petting Farm will be on the grounds, so families can meet all the animals that reside there. There will be a Scarecrow Making Class and guests are asked to bring $5, an old pillowcase, and some old clothes to put their creation together. There will be much more besides these activities, including garden tours.

Poster printing and flyer printing using local printing companies may have been used to promote this fun festival to resident of the city and surrounding regions. Admission is free of charge and everyone is welcome. The Harvest Festival takes place today, September 29, from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm at the Magnuson Park Amphitheatre and Children’s Garden in Seattle, Washington. For additional information, please visit the Seattle’s Harvest Festival website.