Under the Harvest Moon Festival

October 08, 2022
10:00am - 4:00pm

rsz under the harvest moon 2014 040Dowagiac's newest festival celebrates Michigan's glorious autumn, as day-visitors enjoy a glimpse of true Americana.  Hosted by the Chamber of Commerce on Saturday, October 8, the event showcases Michigan-grown produce, antiques and handmade artisan merchandise. 

Sample Michigan wine and craft brews, view vintage farm tractors and tour the city by horse-drawn wagon. There’s also smokin’ good barbecue, children’s games and pumpkin decorating.  

To reserve booth space, call 782-8212 or email VPhillipson@Dowagiac.org.

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