Chamber Events: Harvest Fest
Hood River Valley Harvest Fest
October 16-18, 2015
Hood River Event Site
110 Portway Ave., Hood River, Oregon
Free Parking Celebrate Hood River’s harvest season at the Gorge’s biggest fall festival. This old-fashioned three-day festival brings together 125 vendors offers a cornucopia of seasonal produce & food, wine, cider and beer tastings, and local arts & crafts. There are also family-friendly activities and live music. Festival-goers can load up on boxes of Hood River favorites, including fresh pears, apples, pumpkins, berries and flowers, and a smorgasbord of foods, from pies and jams to smoked salmon and chocolate-covered cherries. Hood River Harvest Fest is also a great place to get a head start on holiday shopping. Visitors can browse an array of arts and crafts by regional artists, including glass, wood sculpture, ceramics, photography, jewelry, fiber art and much more. Hood River Valley Harvest Fest is held along the scenic Hood River waterfront, with kiteboarders and windsurfers zipping along in the background.
Prices are per day:
- Adults $6
- Seniors $3 on Friday/$5 Sat & Sun
- Active Military $3 on Friday/$5 Sat & Sun
- Kids under 12 are FREE
- Friday, October 16th. 1pm – 6pm
- Saturday, October 17th. 10am – 6pm
- Sunday, October 18th. 10am – 5pm
For the safety and comfort of all, the Hood River Valley Harvest Fest is tobacco and pet free. Please – no smoking and only service animals are allowed. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to join our mailing list for Harvest Fest update! Please note: Only artists, crafts people, food vendors, and farmers selling their own handcrafted products will be eligible to participate. No dealers, distributors, agents, or representatives will be permitted. All artwork must be original and creative. All produce must be grown on the farm or orchard of the applicant. Work produced from kits, commercial molds, or commercially fabricated forms are not permitted.
Thank You Sponsors!
Hood River Valley Harvest Fest Photo Gallery
Photos by Ray Perkins at Ray Perkins Photography
The Hood River County Chamber Board voted to make all Hood River County Chamber of Commerce events tobacco and smoke free as of June 1, 2013. Signage will be posted at all event sites. Ready to Quit? 1.800.QUITNOW 1.855.DEJELO-YA