Harvest Festival offers family fun and holiday shopping

The Harvest Festival celebrates 40 years of affordable family fun and shopping at the Del Mar Fairgrounds on Oct. 19-21.

For the past four decades, the Harvest Festival has been the premiere art and craft show in the San Diego area, providing families a safe and affordable experience in which to enjoy the best of American handmade crafts, great food, and fun entertainment.

More than 300 artists and craftspeople–dozens of them new to the show–will offer unique American handmade works, including Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas decor, handmade wearable art, photography, garden decorations, hand-turned wood, unique holiday gifts, ceramics, jewelry, children’s toys, and much more.

All products in the show are American-made, and each exhibitor passes through a stringent selection process in order to display their work at the Harvest Festival.

Families enjoy the live entertainment at the Harvest Festival, which includes live bands, stilt walkers, comedy juggling, and the beloved “horsey guys” comedy group.

For more information, call (800) 346-1212, or visit www.harvestfestival.com.

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