Harvest Festival Flyer

Seasonal celebration features free fun for the whole family

North Charleston Harvest Festival & Block Party Set for October 17

The Third annual Harvest Festival and Block Party will feature live musical performances, art and craft booths, costume contests and children’s activities.

The fall festivities will take place in the Olde Village of North Charleston, located on East Montague Avenue near Park Circle, on Saturday, October 17, 2015, from 4:00-8:00 pm.  Admission and parking are free. East Montague Avenue will close to vehicular traffic from Jenkins Avenue to Virginia Avenue at 2:00 pm and remain closed for the duration of the event.

The festival features a Kid’s Zone with a student art exhibit, craft activities, carnival games, face painting and inflatables from 4:00-6:00 pm, a street market showcasing fine art and crafts by members of the North Charleston Artist Guild from 4:00-8:00 pm, and live music by Jordan Igoe, Chaquis Maliq, Gino Castillo, and DJ Trailmix from 4:00-8:00 pm. Many of the restaurants in the Olde Village will offer additional programming and food and drink specials.

Other highlights include trick-or-treating for kids age 12 and under, ghost stories by the Backporch Storytellers, live screenprinting (bring your own t-shirt), and costume contests with prizes for children, adults and pets. The costume contests for children and adults are free to enter and prizes will be furnished by the City of North Charleston and the Olde North Charleston Merchants Association. The pet costume contest is sponsored by The Flats at Mixson with a suggested donation to the Charleston Animal Society as an entry fee. Participants for all contests should be prepared to line up for judging at 6:30 pm for the contests to take place at 6:45 pm.

Artists interested in participating in the street market can do so by becoming a member of the North Charleston Artist Guild. Visit northcharlestonartistguild.org for more information.

The Harvest Festival and Block Party is sponsored by the Park Circle Business Association, the North Charleston Artist Guild and the City of North Charleston.