Harbor Harvest Fall Festival Returns on October 24th

| September 30, 2021 | 0 Comments

Waterfront Partnership press release: 

Harbor Harvest Fall Children’s Festival Returns With

Pumpkins, Pony Rides and A Petting Zoo on October 24

WHAT: Harbor Harvest Fall Children’s Festival 

Fall is in the air, and there’s no better way to celebrate than at Waterfront Partnership’s 14th Annual Harbor Harvest Fall Children’s Festival! With the Inner Harbor as a backdrop, families can run through a pumpkin patch filled with rows and rows of pumpkins to choose from, pet zoo animals including horses and goats, get lost in a hay maze, listen to live music by Milkshake Trio and Mr. Jon & Friends, watch in awe at the strolling stilt walkers from Baltimore Hoop Love and for a small fee, ride a pony or trackless train. The festival will take place adjacent to the newly built phase one of Rash Field Park, which is scheduled to open in early November.

Local food vendors will be on-site for the event.

Please note: In the event of inclement weather or should this year’s festival be canceled to keep with local regulations regarding COVID-19, all proceeds will go towards children’s programming at the new Rash Field Park. All Kid’s Pass items (pumpkin, pumpkin decorating, cookie & cookie decorations, and fall craft) will be available to pick up at a determined date.

WHEN: 
Sunday, October 24, 2021
11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

WHERE: 

Rash Field, Inner Harbor

(Adjacent to phase one of the newly built Rash Field Park, opening November 2021)

300 Key Highway

Baltimore, MD 21230

COST: Entry to the festival is FREE; Harbor Harvest All-Inclusive Kid’s Pass includes a pumpkin, pumpkin decorating, cookie with decorations and a fall craft, and can be purchased for $7 in advance or $10 day-of. Also available day-of, trackless train ride for $2 and pony ride for $3.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Visit waterfrontbaltimore.org and purchase tickets on Eventbrite.

Photos courtesy of Waterfront Partnership 

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