Harvest Festival returns this Sunday

Jazz band at the 2019 Harvest Festival

The 24th Annual Piedmont Harvest Festival returns to Piedmont Park on Sunday, Sept. 18 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. This year’s festival will feature all the old favorites, including the Piedmont Education Foundation Carnival, the Jazz Festival, food trucks, the Village Market Farmer’s Market, the Piedmont Edibles Contest, and Scarecrow Alley.

Piedmont Community Center parking lot is taken over by carnival games in 2021

Edibles Contest
Featuring the best home grown and homemade foods from Piedmont, the Edible’s contest is your chance to show off your culinary prowess. Us the online Edibles Contest Entry Form to enter and for more information about the contest rules and categories.

Treats from Tami Becker’s kitchen (Harvest Festival 2020)

Piedmont Jazz Festival
Enjoy live music by local musicians on the Harvest Festival stage from 12:00 – 4:00 p.m. The lineup includes the PHS Jazz Band, Forte (a 16-piece band), the Albany Big Band, and Juvenoia (a teen rock band).

PHS sophomores Jackson Lommen, Alina Shahid, and Torsten Olsen are Juvenoia

Community Groups Tables
If your community group is interested in having a table at the Harvest Festival, please contact Jessica Pomey. PRD does not allow groups to sell anything at their table during the Festival.

A Piedmont Beautification Foundation table in 2019

Art Show
If you live in Piedmont and would like to submit your art for consideration, please contact Jane Reed (510) 654-2670 for additional information. Art will be displayed around the Tea House on the day of the event.

Scarecrow Alley
The theme for the Scarecrow Alley silent auction at the festival is “This is Halloween”. Scarecrows are usually put together by classrooms in a backyard, a park, or school playground and they need to be delivered to Piedmont Park on the morning of the festival.

An entry in the 2019 Scarecrow Alley

If you would like more information about the Scarecrow Silent Auction, please contact Amber Brumfiel.

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