Downtown Greenfield plays host to the Greenfield Harvest Festival on Sunday, October 16, 2016, from 11:00 - 5:00 p.m.
The parade kicks off the harvest festival beginning at the Greenfield Library at 11:15 a.m. The family oriented arts event, held in historic downtown Greenfield on El Camino Real between Apple and Oak is certain to please the entire family, and begins with music that showcases the best of local and regional cumbia, banda, and rock & roll bands on four stages. Dancing is encouraged! The day is filled with music, art, food, crafts and artisans selling their wares. Bring your kids along and let them explore their creativity.
The entire family will enjoy the interactive activities located throughout the event site. As you walk El Camino Real, local community organizations have planned many activities. There will be a petting zoo, pony rides, and street chalk art. First Night has a pumpkin patch at the library with a variety of booths including photos, scarecrow making and maraca, and a car show.
Together, First Night and the City of Greenfield will bring the community together to celebrate all cultures through the arts.
The Greenfield Harvest Festival is sponsored by the following organizations: Salinas Valley Solid Waste Authority, Arts Council for Monterey County, Greenfield Chamber of Commerce and First 5 of Monterey County, California Arts Council and South County Newspapers. The Greenfield Harvest Festival is a production of First Night Monterey ArtWorks! Outreach.