GALLERY: More scenes from West Seattle Junction Harvest Festival 2018

Photos by Leda Costa for West Seattle Blog

As promised – more views from the West Seattle Junction Harvest Festival, which filled the streets in the heart of The Junction with four hours of fun on Sunday. (Here’s our as-it-happened coverage.) Costumed canines were part of the fun:

The festival began as a fusion of the Farmers’ Market and Junction business trick-or-treating – and has continued to grow, but both of those components are still part of it:

The Farmers’ Market can take on a sort of town-square character, where you see your friends and neighbors. The Harvest Festival, like Summer Fest, is something of a supercharged version:

The costume parade adds to the fun:

By the time the West Seattle High School Marching Band and paraders – plus pilot motorcyclist/radio operator Jim Edwards (who is also a coordinator for the summertime West Seattle Grand Parade) circle around, everyone’s had a good look and listen:

For some, the real fun was in puddle-stomping with what the earlier rain left behind:

For some of the littlest festivalgoers, a shoulder-borne view:

Or a family portrait:

For more of the festival fun, see our as-it-happened coverage, published from our base in the festival Info Booth. Next up for the festival-presenting West Seattle Junction Association – December 1st is the date for this year’s Tree Lighting and Night Market; details to come!

1 Reply to "GALLERY: More scenes from West Seattle Junction Harvest Festival 2018"

  • anonyme October 29, 2018 (6:23 am)

    A few of my favorite costumes were: the blue octopus, the Chinese princess, the wee pirate with the giant hat, and the dino family (including dog). The lion dog in the above photo is pretty cool, too!

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