Fairs & Festivals - Fall 2017
Sep 06, 2017 01:06PM
● By Melanie Heisinger
17th Annual Harvest Festival
Sept. 9, Danville
Danville residents are proud of their rich cultural history, and it's celebrated each year at the Fall Arts and Crafts Festival. This year the event takes place Sept. 9, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., in downtown Danville. Held on the first Saturday after Labor Day, the Danville Arts and Crafts Festival brings together thousands of visitors with more than 125 crafters and artisans from throughout the region. Food and entertainment galore! Mill Street, the main street that runs through Danville, transforms into an art gallery for this family-friendly, outdoor festival, held rain or shine.
Admission, parking and shuttle service are free. The event is made possible by
the generous support of our sponsors. Visitdanvillepa.org.
Shade Mountain Winery, Middleburg
Stop by and celebrate the harvest at Shade Mountain Winery! This two-day celebration includes the likes of "I love Lucy-grape stompings," food, live entertainment and wine! Bring the whole family for a wonderful weekend! Highlights include: Pig Roast, Vintner's special soup; live exhibit from T & D’s Cats of the World; Live music by the Pepper Street Band (Saturday) and Runaway Stroller (Sunday); tours of the winery; and horse-drawn carriage rides. Shademountainwinery.com
Presented by Preservation Williamsport. This year’s theme is Road to Freedom. On Friday, enjoy an Artisan Market, historic talk on the Underground Railroad and Victorian Tree Lighting, complete with carol singing led by Lycoming College music & drama and Victorian style hot cocoa & cookies. On Saturday enjoy tours 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. of beautiful holiday-decorated Victorian homes, churches, museums and other historic buildings—many on historic Millionaire’s Row—Artisan Markets, Food on Fourth, Victorian Tea, Carriage Rides and Trolley Shuttle. The Duboistown Garden Exhibit & Sale and Will Huffman Toy Train Expo take place Saturday & Sunday. Billtown Brass and other musical groups perform throughout the weekend.
More information: https://victorianchristmaspa.wordpress.com/, (570) 419-2989 or Facebook: Victorian Christmas in Williamsport