Patrick Robinson
Stretching down California Avenue the first ever West Seattle Junction Harvest Festival was attended by parents and kids, many in costume. The event featured the Farmers Market, out on the closed streets plus a costume parade led by the West Seattle High School marching band. SEE THE GALLERY OF PHOTOS BELOW THE STORY

First ever Junction Harvest Festival was fruitful, frightful fun


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Closing the streets in the West Seattle Junction, just like it's summer time counterpart, the Harvest Festival took advantage of great weather on Sunday Oct. 28 to bring several thousand people to heart of the community for the farmers market and trick or treating for kids at participating merchants.

In partnership with the Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance, over 40 local farmers set up on California Ave to share their goods at the peak of harvest.

A children's costume parade led by the West Seattle High School Marching Band was a highlight of the festival which also saw a gently haunted house and a pancake breakfast put on by the West Seattle Eagles.

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