Annual Harvest Festival Returns to Elliot Farm in Lakeville For Fall Family Fun
Elliot Farm in Lakeville is bringing back its beloved Harvest Festival for a second year on Saturday, October 8th, and it promises to check off all the boxes for fall-inspired activities. The farm is proud to donate 100% of the event proceeds to charity to provide local families in need with essential groceries and farm fresh produce in 2023.
History of Elliot Farm
Elliot Farm in Lakeville has been a family-owned and operated farm for almost thirty years. Kenneth Elliot, the founder, introduced his two children, Ken and Dee, to the family business at the young ages of 9 and 8, where they spent their childhood picking zucchini and weeding sunflowers before the sun came up.
In 2014, the siblings took over for their father and have continued to keep agriculture a staple in their community.
“Sharing summer’s edible commodities year after year, Elliot Farm has secured its presence as a community hotspot,” said Elliot Farm. “With its open-air farm stand, cornfield views, and u-pick flower and pumpkin field, Elliot Farm prides itself on its no-frill, authentic farm ambiance.”
And rumor has it, they have the best sweet corn in the world.
2nd Annual Harvest Festival
On Saturday, October 8th from 1 pm to 5 pm, families can enjoy everything that Elliot Farm has to offer for a day of fall fun. The festival will feature live music by ARLO and a bunch of fall-inspired activities.
- Face Painting by Art on the Spot
- Petting Zoo & Artisan Products by Child’s Play Apalca
- Live Wood Sculpture by The Chainsaw Carving Man
- Burgers and Hot Dogs by the Lakeville Lion’s Club
- Local Brews by Harper Lane Brewery
- Hot Apple Cider Donuts by Elliot Farm
- Ice cream by Crescent Ridge Dairy
- Selfie Station
- Bouncy House
- PYO Pumpkin Patch
This festival gives families an opportunity to enjoy the fall season while simultaneously giving back to the people that need it most. For the season of giving, the harvest festival at Elliot Farm is the perfect fit.
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