Next Sunday: Be part of history – 1st Junction Harvest Festival!

October 21, 2012 at 4:00 pm | In Holidays, West Seattle fashion, West Seattle news | 4 Comments

The Junction is decorated for autumn – with wreaths and orange ribbons on lightpoles – and that’s a reminder that we’re just one week away from the first-ever Harvest Festival. 10 am-2 pm next Sunday, October 28, the streets will be closed, not just for trick-or-treating (noon-2 pm), but also for a special out-on-the-street edition of the West Seattle Farmers’ Market (same time as always, 10-2), plus a costume parade (11:30 am, led by the West Seattle High School Marching Band) and FREE craft/game activities sponsored and presented by local businesses and organizations (10-2). See you there!

4 Comments

  1. Where does the parade start?

    Comment by MercyMoi — 5:54 pm October 21, 2012 #

  2. At Junction Plaza Park (42nd and Alaska, northwest corner).

    Comment by WSB — 5:59 pm October 21, 2012 #

  3. Scary! Almost looked liked a Christmas wreath at first glance. I realize some retailers are already advertising Christmas in October :)

    Glad we are still talking Fall here.

    Comment by kevin — 7:40 pm October 21, 2012 #

  4. Great! The trick or treating is right at nap time!

    Comment by Ali K — 8:31 pm October 21, 2012 #

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