Harlem Park to Park’s Harlem Harvest Festival this Saturday October 8th
The 2016 HARLEM HARVEST FESTIVAL is on this Saturday, sponsored by POWER 105.1 FM, Whole Foods Market, NYC Small Business Services, Harlem Community Development Corporation, and hosted by Tren’ness Woods Black from Sylvia’s Restaurant.
It’s a great way to spend the day outdoors with friends and family, so come on out to the street and sidewalk of St. Nicholas Avenue between 116th Street and 117th Street and A. Phillip Randolph Square.
The 2016 HARLEM HARVEST FESTIVAL
Harlem Harvest Festival is an urban interpretation of a traditional “state fair” with fresh produce, breweries, prepared foods and harvest specialties.
A ‘Taste of Harlem’
10 – 15 Harlem restaurants and retailers featuring seasonal tasting menus and items/services.
A Farmer’s Market
Farmers’ market featuring fresh vegetables, produce (pumpkins, fruit, etc.) from New York farms and wineries/breweries at affordable prices.
Artisanal Vendor Fair
Artisanal Fair featuring 30+ artisanal vendors, breweries and wineries at affordable prices.
Harlem Local Vendor Partner Program
Vendor program for local Harlem vendors to present their products to large retail and institutional buyers from retail partners including Whole Foods Market and Columbia University.
Baking competition showcasing baked desserts prepared by Harlem residents. Best Pie, Best Cake, Best Cookies/Brownies, Best Cupcakes
Arts and crafts, pumpkin carving and children’s fitness activities
Stage for live cooking demonstrations, performances, live music/dj, etc.
Saturday, October 8th, 11 am to 4 pm
Street and sidewalk of St Nicholas Avenue between 116th Street and 117th Street and the adjoining pocket park known as A. Phillip Randolph Square.