Harvest Festivals 2014
One of the delights of living in the Berkshires is autumn! Visitors come from all over the world to look at our gorgeous foliage. We have researched harvest festivals so you may join in the exciting celebrations of this glorious season.
Chatham, New York
Chatham Farm And Art Tour allows visitors to see the diverse faces of farming, providing educational and entertainment opportunities for all ages.
Saturday, September 27 from 10AM to 4PM.
35th Lenox Apple Squeeze and Harvest Festival is one of the most famous and memorable “squeezes” of the season. The street fair has food, rides, shopping, and long music, all set amongst the changing colors of the Berkshire Mountains.
Saturday & Sunday, September 27 & 28 from 11AM to 4PM.
Hancock Shaker Village Country Fair celebrates the bounty of the harvest with agricultural demonstrations, wagon rides, a fabulous Farmers Market and huge tents full of the best local and regional crafters and artisans.
Saturday & Sunday, September 27 & 28, 10AM to 5PM.
North Adams, Massachusetts
59th Annual Northern Fall Foliage Parade celebrates the theme of Transportation with vehicles, trains, bikes, and balloons.
Sunday, October 5, 1PM.
Fifth Annual Bearcat 5K Cross Country Challenge with a 1K and Fun Run for the young. Family activities include: boomerang demonstrations, craft activities, reptile demonstrations by Sharon Audubon and face painting by Hotchkiss art students. Hotchkiss School, Routes 41 and 112.
Sunday, October 5th, 9:30AM.
The Salisbury Fall Festival takes place for three days over Columbus Day Weekend. Activities throughout the town include a pancake breakfast, craft and artisans vendors, live music, hay rides and beer tasting.
October 10 -12, 10AM to 5PM each day.
Berkshire Botanical Garden Harvest Festival celebrates the community and showcases area artists and crafters in a large tent, a pumpkin toss, pony and hayrides. Performances will come to life throughout the day.
Saturday & Sunday, October 11th & 12th, 10AM to 5PM.
Warren Fall Festival. Garden Tractor Pull. Antique Tractor Pull. Pumpkin Cannon. Wamago Timber Team. Blacksmiths Demos. Rummage Sale. Balloon Sculpting. Magic Show. Petting Zoo. Martial Arts Demonstration. Country Crafts. Fire Truck Rides. Live Music. Zip Line. Delicious Food.
Saturday & Sunday, October 11th & 12th, 10AM to 5PM (rain or shine).
Hillsdale, New York
Hillsdale Pumpkin Festival. A full day of fun events for family and friends of all ages, including live music, bake sale, face painting, pumpkin carving and raffles.
Saturday October 11th, 12PM to 4PM.
38th Annual Kent Pumpkin Run. The five mile run begins at noon and the USATF certified course starts and finishes at Kent Green in front of Town Hall. Join the festivities at the start/finish area - music, refreshments, face painting, Halloween fun and much more. Post- race party for all!
Sunday, October 26th, 12PM.