Harvest Fair

We are planting the seeds for the 2014 Harvest Fair, September 28 at Johnson Farm, Bainbridge Island.

This educational and fun event brings our community together to celebrate, appreciate and nurture local farming.  Not just for the kids, Harvest Fair encourages everyone to take a day and join us on the farm.

Mark your calendar now for Harvest Fair 2014!

Food vendors and other organizations interested in being part of this year’s celebration of local farming, please contact Kathy Haskin at kathy.haskin@friendsofthefarms.org.

Watch this webpage for more information throughout the coming seasons. Like us an share on facebook to learn more about Harvest Fair and how Friends of the Farms works to preserve and enhance local farming.

Sunday, September 28th, 2014
Johnson Farm, Bainbridge Island
11 am-5 pm
Click here for driving directions


HARVEST FAIR

Join us at the annual Friends of the Farms’ Harvest Fair. Suggested donation at the entry: $5.00 individual/$20.00 family. New this year, Harvest Fair attendees may purchase wristbands for only $12.00, allowing unlimited turns on our rides and attractions.Donations  support the event, as well as Friends of the Farms’ work throughout the year.

Come and celebrate with us during this great family day on the farm!

Shuttles available: Free park and ride shuttle with pick-up at Bainbridge ferry terminal for each ferry arrival from Seattle, from 11:15am (10:35 sailing from Seattle) and final return drop off at 5pm for the 5:30 sailing back to Seattle.  Shuttle also picks up at BETHANY LUTHERAN (Finch Rd and High School) and STRAWBERRY HILL PARK (High School Rd Between Sands Rd and Fletcher Bay Rd).

Fair Activities                 

Hay Jumping

  • Bring your own apples and learn to make apple cider right in the fair orchard
  • Shop at the farm stand for fresh, local produce
  • Attend a seminar on local food topics
  • Enjoy yummy food with a focus on “local”
  • Talk with local master gardeners
  • Watch our famous sheep shearing demonstration
  • Sample local beverages at the beer and wine garden
  • Take a tractor or horse-drawn wagon ride
  • Ride the land slide, young’uns only pleas
  • Enter the pie contest (enter by 11:30 pm)
  • Enjoy pony rides
  • Enjoy face painting
  • Join in the Friends of the Farms raffle to win great prizes
  • Or simply take in seven hours of sumptuous local food and music while sitting on a hay bale, enjoying a beautiful day in the country

Best Pie Contest
This is a chance to put your best recipe forward at the Annual Harvest Fair Pie Contest!  Winners for Adult and Youth categories will receive prizes.  Pies must arrive at the fair booth by 11:30pm the day of the fair.  Judging (by professional bakers) begins at 1pm.

Turkey Raffle
Enter for a chance to win a locally grown turkey (who will also be attending the fair).  Raffle tickets sold at the Friends of the Farms fair booth.  The raffle drawing will be at 4pm.  All proceeds go to support Friends of the Farms.

The Harvest Fair Playbill
This year will showcase a variety of great local talent, with a few surprises throughout the day.

 

MUCH APPRECIATION AND GRATITUDE TO OUR SPONSORS

 

Mercury Michael

 

 

 

Bainbridge  Organic Distillers

 

 

 

 

Riddell Williams