Below you’ll find some frequently asked questions about Harvest Home Fair.
Information regarding submissions will be updated.
There will be some limited handicap parking available, enter the main gate on North Bend to access. There are handicap accessible bathrooms available. There is also a wheelchair friendly path which goes through Harvest Home Park.
The black line on the parade map indicates the parade route. The streets that meet the route will also be closed. This includes portions of Bridgetown Road, Harrison Avenue, Washington Avenue, Davis Avenue, St. Ann Place, and Homelawn Avenue.
Yes, all events are rain or shine. In the event of severe weather such as high winds, drenching rain or lightning, events may be postponed or called off. The safety of participants and attendees at the Fair is our prime concern.
Thursday admission is free. Friday through Sunday, Children 12 and Under are FREE; 13 and Older is $5 per person. We try to keep the fair as inexpensive as possible, but with rising vendor fees and other costs of creating and maintaining a successfully run fair, charging admission is necessary to ensure the Harvest Home Fair Association, Inc. and Cheviot-Westwood Kiwanis Club are able to give back to the community as they have been for the last 159 years.
There will be no shuttle this year.
General sponsorships of the Fair are available. Also, sponsorship of various Fair events are also welcome (Flower Show, Art Show, General Exhibits, 4-H).
You can bring your pet so long as it is leashed, under the control of an adult at all times, and is well-behaved in crowds and around other animals. Aggressive animals are not permitted. Please know that there are some dogs and other animals on-site as a part of the 4-H programs and rescue organizations.
Pets are not allowed in 4-H tents.
Some pieces are for sale. Works may be individually priced and sold by the artist. All legal and tax details must be handled by the artist.