29th Annual Harvest Festival
October 20th & 21st, 2017
The Harvest Festival is dedicated to celebrating the many influences that make up our rich deep East Texas heritage through exhibitors, presenters, displays, and performances all set in our "Living Village" grounds circa 1840-1920. All participants are dressed in period costumes, using period tools, and demonstrating period skills. There will be outstanding shows of both music and dance, and lots of interesting food.
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Prior to the Festival... Heritage Village Museum sponsors a Photo Contest to be held during the Harvest Festival.
There is an Adult Division and a Junior Division.
Time to dust off those cameras, and...
JOIN our PHOTO CONTEST!
Entry Fee: $3.00 per entry
DEADLINE for entries: OCTOBER 4th
The rules are available.
Click here to read more about the photo contest.
Festival Visitor Information
The Festival weekend will kick off with a "Kid's Day" on Friday, October 20th. Schools are invited from 9:00am -1:30pm.
Saturday, October 21st, the fun begins at 9am and continues to 5pm.
Sunday, No events
Throughout all days there will be music, dancing, demonstrating of period skills, shopping opportunities, and lots of interesting food. Take your picture with folks in period costumes. Click here to download the most current festive schedule and participators.
Admission: Collected at the event.
Adult = $6, Children 5-11 = $3,
under 5 - free
Parking: Parking is available on the top of the hill on HWY 190. There will be a shuttle bus under the shelter for transportation to the front gate. There is a path for those who wish to walk.
Festival Participants Information
Participants are welcome to sell their wares if they are appropriate to this time period (circa 1840-1920).
Details for meals and accommodations are listed on the registration form.
Registration Deadline: Friday, September 16th
Click to download a registration form. (PDF)
For additional information call or email. This contact information is at the top of this web page.
As a 501C non-profit corporation, all profits derived from this event go for restoration and furthering our purposes in History related education.