Saturday Oct 07

Harvest Festival

11:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Come to the Agricultural History Farm Park to learn how Montgomery County’s farms and communities worked together to support the war effort during World War I at this year’s Harvest Festival. Interact with living historians in historic costumes; participate in hands-on farm skills activities such as tin-smithing, making apple butter; paint pumpkins and build scarecrows; enjoy traditional music and dancing; experience farm equipment exhibitions and demonstrations; meet heritage farm animals; and partake of food, crafters, hayrides, and tours of the historic Magruder-Bussard Farmstead.

Activities Include:
Live farm animals
Scarecrow making
Corn maze
Farm house tours
Antique farm equipment
Working farm animal demonstrations
Archaeology dig
Garden tours
Admission is $15/car (additional fees for some activities)
Cash Only

Enjoy some down-home fun on the farm with old-time crafts, activities, music, and food. Montgomery Parks’ Agricultural History Farm Park is situated on 455 acres of land in Montgomery County’s Agricultural Reserve and serves as a historic farm site as well as a modern farming activity center.

DEP will be there with backyard compost bins for yard trim.

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