Locals have planned some amazing Fall events throughout October and November for those traveling in Pennsylvania during the Fall season. Visit some of the Fall festivals scheduled in Pennsylvania to supply your family with lots of fun and plenty of full stomachs all across the state. Many of these Fall events can be used for educational purposes, as well.
Quiet Valley Living Historical Annual Harvest Festival. Located at 1000 Turkey Hill Road in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, the Living Historical Harvest Festival has contests and demonstrations lined up to run the entire length of the fall festival. Demonstrations on the schedule of events include: quilling, rope making, spinning, tatting, butter making, weaving, broom making, and much more. Locals are gearing up to try their hand at the fall festival contests like the scarecrow decorating contest, baking contest, carved pumpkin contest, and even a canning contest. Admission is $10.00 for visitors 13 and older and $5.00 for those 12 and younger. For those needing a medicine man, the Pennsylvania Harvest Festival will have one available on the grounds, as well. For more information call 570-922-6161.
Pennsylvania Apple ‘n Cheese Festival. Bring the family to the Apple ‘n Cheese Festival located in Canton, Pennsylvania, during the first full weekend in October for some great food, entertainment, and Fall events. Set to appear at the Fall festival is ‘Banjo Man’ and ‘Patty Cake the Clown’. Youngsters will have fun looking for both entertainers as they walk the grounds of the Pennsylvania festival. An art show will also be a part of the fall events and artists wishing to submit their work must fill out an application for both fine art and photography. For those wanting more information about this event call 570-673-7222.
Historic Fallingston Day. Demonstrators and crafters alike flock to this amazing Pennsylvania festival. Located in Fallingston, Pennsylvania, the Historic Fallingston Day festival is always held the second Saturday in October and admission is free. Entertainment is scheduled throughout the day with performers showing their skills with a puppet theatre, powwow dancing, Colonial dressed dancers, jugglers, and much more. Crafters from all over will be setting up booths to sell their homemade crafts and foods. Demonstrators will be available on the grounds to give some insight on historical aspects of Colonial times. Some demonstrations will include: paper making, Colonial children’s games, spinning, Colonial foods, and much more. For more information about this Pennsylvania festival call 215-295-6567.
Falling Leaves Festival. Located in Coudersport, Pennsylvania, the Falling Leaves Festival has definitely thought about the whole family. This fall festival has something for every age group in the family. Just some Fall events on the list include: gun show, antique car show, Alzheimer’s walk, wildlife show, obstacle course, Falling Leaves Parade, pet parade, kiddie carnival, and teen challenge. Live gospel and country entertainment is scheduled throughout the event, as well. A book sale and plenty of food will also be a part of the activities the locals of Coudersport have in store for visitors. Vendors wishing to set up a booth will need to contact the festival early to ensure the lowest price. Spaces available are 10×10 foot spaces. For more information call 570-433-2640.
Apple Festival at Peddler’s Village. Scheduled for the first of November, the Apple Festival is located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and has free parking and admission. This Pennsylvania festival is known for its apple foods including: apple dumplings, apple cider, apple butter, apple fritters, and, of course, caramel apples. Take home a bushel of apples to make your own apple treats and join in the apple pie eating contest. Who will take home the prize for eating the most apple pie this year?