Goldendale Harvest Festival
Saturday, October 7th
Free Admission to the Goldendale Harvest Festival activities, a
Only $20 for a Harvest Supper of fine food, wine, and craft beer produced right here in the Goldendale area. This is the weekend to get out to Ekone Park. Get Directions
Here’s what’s happening
A true Farm to Table experience, Harvest Supper will be served at the Goldendale Harvest Festival Ekone Park in Goldendale (Goldendale Grange in case of rain) on Saturday Oct. 7, 2016 from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
The Harvest Supper is a benefit for the Future Farmers of America Goldendale Chapter. Supper will be served by FFA students and local volunteers. Limited seating.
- Delicious artisan bread from Lefever-Holbrook Ranch
- Local tri tip barbequed beef sliders prepared by the Cattlemens’ and Cattlewomen’s Association
- Fresh salads made with local produce from the Goldendale Farmers’ Market
- Fruit cobbler from the Goldendale Grange made with local fruit and Goldendale-grown wheat
- Fresh apple cider from Bassetti Orchard, pressed on-site
- Maryhill wines
- Dwinell Country Ales
- Coffee from Father Michael’s Coffee Roastery
Purchase tickets here, or visit the Goldendale Chamber of Commerce at 903 East Broadway in Goldendale, open weekdays 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Tim & Laurie Southworth and the Mill Creek String Band playing Country Dancing Favorites
Lessons and Dancing:
Noon – 3:00 pm
After dinner waltz
Everyone is welcome for country dancing throughout the day on the lawn at Ekone Park. Country dancing is family friendly, and Sue will call the steps and guide you through the dances. She says, “if you can walk and smile at the same time, you can do this kind of dancing.”
Bike Safety with park ranger and bicycle expert, Brock Warrener
10:00 am to Noon
Bring your bike and join in the fun with a Bicycle Rodeo, and Child Safety Tips.
Get ready to have some fun at the Goldendale Harvest Festival
& Concours de Maryhill Car Show!
Goldendale Farmers’ Market – Final Day of the Season
October 7th, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Find the most delicious and nutritious farm-fresh foods at Ekone Park in Goldendale, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., on this last day of the market season. We’ll have specialty vegetables and fruits, local meats, delectable baked goods and preserves, original art and handcrafted gift items.