Harriman-Nielsen Fall Festival

Families made sure to get their pumpkins for Halloween.

A cloudless sky and temperatures in the high 70s made the perfect fall day to attend the Harriman-Nielsen Fall Festival. Patrons packed the parking lots on the historic farm grounds for entertainment, games, food and camaraderie.

On Sunday, October 8, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., the Harriman-Nielsen historic farm restoration site opened itself to the public for its annual fall festival, encouraging festivalgoers to spend a warm day in the sun and gathering materials for fall.

Providing the background music to the sound of children’s’ laughter and adult conversation was the Yupitsa Polka Band, followed by the sound of Two Juhls and a gem.

Read the full story in the October 11 edition.