Beginning this Fall there are many harvest festivals opening up. Considering Washington is such a big state there is definitely a lot to do and check out. There is never a dull moment here so I am sure there will not be a dull moment during the autumn season. So if you are looking for something to do, chek out these fall festivals happening in your neighborhood.
First, is a humble little farm that began in 1965. This family farm has been catering to the hearts of many folks of the greater Seattle area. Now, they are hosting the Remlinger family farm fall harvest festival every weekend of October starting from October 2nd and ending October 31st 2010. During this festival the farm will open its family fun park from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm and the railway café will be available between 11:00 am to 4:00 pm and the family farm market will be pen for purchasing needs between 9:30 am to 6:00 pm.
For more information about these festivals, the farm owners can be contacted at (425) 333-4135. Email email@example.com for directions. This Family farm is conveniently located at 32610 NE 32nd street. Carnation, WA 98014.
The second event on the calendar is Oktoberfest in The Northwest which should be held at the Puyallup, Wa Fair and events center. Catering to the German culture this fest involves German food, beer, tournaments and games for the whole family. This always popular festival is one that Washingtonians look forward to almost every year.
If you are still bored from the Oktober fest and the hangover has worn off, then its time to work off that beer belly by getting on swirling rides, letting your mind bye hypnotized by the neon lights, and being entertained by the many different performers at the Puyallup fair. This attraction begins for 17 days every September and April. The Puyallup fair is located at 110 9th Ave SW, Puyallup, WA (253) 841-5045.
Last but not least is the Autumn leaf festival in Leavenworth WA. This event started in 1964 and continues o this day as a very loved Bavarian Themed Festival with floats and lots of other entertainment. This festival is one of the longest running festivals in Leavenworth. This Festival Begins September 25th at noon. For more info email
These festivals and many more are a great excuse to get out and enjoy the day with friends and family, so when the leaves are falling and your spirits fall with them, pick up yourself and others and get out there and socialize.
Fall is no excuse to fall down on the couch and feel grumpy! See you there.