Berrien County Harvest Festival set for September 30th

The eighth annual Berrien County Harvest Festival will be held in Downtown Nashville on September 30th from 9 am until 4 pm.  The Harvest Festival will feature craft and food venders, entertainment, as well as a kids zone.

Agriculture will take center stage at this year’s Harvest Festival.  This year’s Harvest Festival will feature special entertainment by The Peterson Farm Brothers.  The Peterson Farm Brothers are three brothers from Kansas who create social media content to promote agriculture.  Their YouTube videos have received more than 45 million total views.

Harvest Festival activities will also include an agriculture themed art show hosted by the Citizens Bank, quilt show hosted by Farmers & Merchants Bank and antique tractor parade and display hosted by Bank of Alapaha.  Back by popular demand are harvest games including, corn shucking, pumpkin chunkin, boiled peanut eating, cow, rooster, and hog calling, kids tractor pull and many more.

The Chamber is coordinating all entertainment activities including the agriculture exhibits and contests.  If your business would like to participate as a sponsor for an exhibit or contest, please contact Janet Studstill at 229-686-5123.

Venders interested in exhibiting should contact Nashville Main Street. Vender space for the Harvest Festival is still available for $50 per 12×14 booth.  Booths requiring power are an additional $10.  For vender applications contact Jill Wise at 229-686-5527.

Mark your calendars to attend the Berrien County Harvest Festival.  Come have a Home Grown Good Time!