Harvest Homecoming Offers Food and Fun This Saturday

    Carrie Richter talked Tuesday about the upcoming Harvest Homecoming.

    Richter spoke about Harvest Homecoming during KHOZ's "Around The Table" broadcast on Tuesday. The event is on Oct. 1; Downtown Harrison's square will host it. Harrison's local farmers and artisans market run it, and Richter said this is the second year of the fall event but that this year marks 38 years of the Harvest Homecoming event. Good weather is expected.

    "I'm super excited about how beautiful the weather's looking for this weekend, and we have a lot lined up," Richter said. She mentioned some of what the day holds.

    There's an all-day event from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. The flag will be raised at 8:30 a.m. A prayer will be given, and then "Harvest Homecoming royalty" will be introduced. Music and entertainers go from 9:30 a.m. to the end of the event at 6 p.m.

    Entertainers, artists and performers of various styles and talents will play. "If you like music, if you like entertainment, it's your day," Richter said. Attendees are welcome to bring dancing shoes, a chair to sit and a lounge blanket. She also discussed food.

    "We also are going to have some amazingly good food, which is probably my favorite part of the event," she said. Shelly Beth's Fried Pies will bring pies and funnel cake fries.

    Another caterer is Paradise Cream. Yet another is Laura's Mexican Food; many more caterers will serve there.

    Richter talked about all of this and more. The full interview with Richter is on the "Around The Table" Facebook Page.

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