Are you ready for some fun? The West Seattle Junction merchants have a whole bunch in store as the close the streets for the first ever Harvest Festival Sunday, Oct. 28. Kids costumes will be featured in a parade, the Farmers Market will be out on the streets (which will be closed!) and best of all it's a massive Trick or Treat day too.

Junction Harvest Festival will be big with kids of all ages Sunday

Streets will close for Farmers Market and Trick or Treating: Download the map!

The West Seattle Junction Association Harvest Festival & Trick or Treat will close the streets on Sunday, October 28 as they expand the popular Trick-or-Treat in The Junction into something new for the neighborhood.

DOWNLOAD A MAP OF THE FESTIVAL AT THE LINK ABOVE

In partnership with the Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance, over 40 local farmers will set up on California Ave to share their goods at the peak of harvest. Farmers will bring fresh seasonal produce including a surprising variety of apples, fruits, melons, and a collage of vegetables. The market will be open only between 10am and 2pm.

A children's costume parade will be part of the event led by the West Seattle High School Marching Band followed by by Trick-or-Treating between 12 and 2pm.

The Junction is also inviting schools, clubs, non-profits, churches, and even businesses to set up a Harvest Activity tent (art activities or a game). It’s free to set up an activity but it will be free for festival goers.

Delridge Produce Co-op shared this:
Delridge Produce Cooperative will have a booth at tomorrow's West Seattle Junction's Harvest Festival! We are having a Pumpkin Walk for the kids. (Carnival Cake Walk-style but pie pumpkins instead of cakes.) Look for us on California Ave SW between Alaska and Edmonds - just south of the special Farmer's Market location.

HIGHLIGHTS:
10AM
Harvest Activities and Games
10AM to -1PM
Pumpkin Spiced Pancake Breakfast (WS Eagles)
11:30AM
Halloween Costume Parade
12PM - 2PM
Trick or Treating (look for the orange balloons)
12PM to 2PM
Gently Haunted House

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