Share your homegrown bounty at the Piedmont Harvest Festival

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

Hosted by the Piedmont Recreation Department and sponsored by three elementary schools, the Harvest Festival returns on Sept. 24 with food trucks, live music, a farmers’ market and an edible contest.

Have you been spending some time in your garden?

You can now proudly share and show off your successes. The categories for display are:

  • Unusual Veggie
  • Unusual Fruit
  • Ugly edible
  • Tomato/Pumpkin/Squash
  • Curds & Butters
  • Honey
  • Jam & Jelly – Berries
  • Jam & Jelly – Other Fruit
  • Preserved Edible
  • Plain Bread
  • Savory Bread
  • Sweet Bread
  • Mustard/Tapenade
  • Apple Pie
  • “Other” Pie
  • Best Cookie/Bar
  • Cake
  • Pesto/Sauce
  • Dried Fruit/Veggie
  • Cucumber Pickles
  • Preserved Veggie
  • Salsa
  • Compost Pile
  • Gluten Free
  • Create Your Own Category
Grow on!

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