Are you still trying to escape the heat in the Valley of the Sun? How about making a trip to the White Mountains of Arizona to check out the cooler temperatures.
The weather and Snowflake’s 14th Annual Harvest Festival at Pioneer Park on Saturday, Oct. 10 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., is another reason to visit the area.
The Harvest Festival combines a variety of events in one from arts and crafts, the Business Expo, PTSO school carnival and wagon rides to the nearby Willis Family Farm.
“This is probably our third largest event that we do for the year,” said Charlotte Hatch, executive director of the Snowflake/Taylor Chamber of Commerce.
Hatch believes combining all of these events on one day not only brings more people out, but there is something for everyone to enjoy.
“People can buy arts and crafts, check out what local businesses have to offer, there are carnival type games for the kids, food and entertainment,” Hatch said.
The wagon rides to the Willis Family Farm gives people a chance to experience a corn maize and pumpkin patch.
“It’s very family friendly and that’s another reason we decided to combine all the events.”
If interested in having a vendor booth or more information about the Harvest Festival visit www.snowflaketaylorchamber.org.