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    City of Headland

    Gem of the Wiregrass

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    City of Headland

    Gem of the Wiregrass

  • headland official seal 200x200

    City of Headland

    Gem of the Wiregrass

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    City of Headland

    Gem of the Wiregrass

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logo dothan eagleMichele W. Forehand

Headland prepares for 47th annual Harvest Day Festival

DSC 1409Photo Courtesy of Adrienne Wilkins

 

The Headland Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2018 Harvest Day Festival is set for Saturday, Oct. 13, with opening ceremonies beginning at 9 a.m. around the town square.


“Last year our festival brought thousands of residents and visitors to downtown Headland and this year will be no different,” said Headland Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Rhonda Harrison. “Actually, we expect this year’s event to be even larger because of Headland participating in the Making Alabama--A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit in celebration of Alabama becoming a state 200 years ago.”


The day-long event will be filled with various vendors offering a variety of arts and crafts, children’s games, rides, food, car show and entertainment.


Vendor spots are filling fast, but spots are still available, Harrison said.


“We received several requests from new vendors this year,” Harrison said. “Everyone is excited about this very special Harvest Day Festival. It’s not very often we can all come together for a great festival and celebrate not only our state’s birthday, but Henry County’s birthday as well.”


Vendors are urged to register now. Vendors will be responsible for furnishing their own tents for their booth. Set-up time will be from 6:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Space rental fee information is available on the chamber’s website www.headlandal.com.


“The Harvest Day Festival is a great way for vendors to display their items, as well as a great day to do some early holiday shopping,” Harrison said.


Several other activities will be scheduled leading up to the Oct. 13 festival.



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