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Harvest Faire

PARKING:

You may park anywhere that is not marked as reserved or prohibited. Please be courteous to business owners and mindful of traffic hazards as you park your car.

Handicap parking sign

For adequate Handicap Parking, we recommend arriving as early as possible. All handicap parking is in private parking lots, as availability permits, so early arrival at the Festival is advised.

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NO PETS ALLOWED IN FESTIVAL AREA!!
We know you love your pet, but they can cause problems in a crowded area, especially around small children.

For everyone's safety, we ask you to
KEEP YOUR PET OUT OF THE FESTIVAL AREA!

Harvest Faire Map

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS FOR THE DAY OF THE FESTIVAL:
Sheriff Substation Front Counter ~ 619-405-7340

Things To Do

Beer & Wine Garden

The Beer & Wine Garden is located at the Village Square, on the corner of Main Ave., and Alvarado St.

Festival Beer & Wine Garden - 10am- 4pm

Government Issued ID Required for entry into Beer Garden

Wristbands are required for entry

Adults 21 & Over Only

Beer & Wine Sales

Live Music

 

Featuring:

Scheduled Entertainment

"Hello Autumn" Art Contest

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Rules & Information

Pony Rides

My project
Pony Ride sign

Kid's Corner

Harvest Faire Contests

All contests take place at the pumpkin booth.

Thank you for your interest in being a vendor, at this time we are full. Please check out our other vendor opportunities:

Village Artisan Faire and the Fallbrook Farmer's Market

HFVendor Reg Form 2022

Sponsorship Opportunities

HF Sponsorships 2022

Thank You to Our Sponsors

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Danielle and Jason Kendall

silver level

Jeniene Domercq

Special Thanks

Scarecrow Days 2022

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2022 Contest Winners
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Scarecrows from 2021

History of Scarecrow Days

In April of 2012, a group of volunteers (Bev Devilbus, LaNita Hague & Judie Erickson) was brought together by Jackie Heyneman.  She had an idea to stimulate interest in downtown Fallbrook businesses.   She told the group about a place that she visited where handmade scarecrows were displayed during the month of October.  The Fallbrook group liked the idea and felt it fit well with the agricultural and artistic nature of their town.  Plans were made to launch the first Fallbrook Scarecrow Days that October.  Though not received well the first year, the tenacity and persistence of the ScareCrew is what made Scarecrow days as successful as it is today. The number and variety of scarecrows have grown each year.  Local merchants, non-profit organizations, scouts, and other youth groups all participate, bringing excitement to Fallbrook in the fall. The goal remains: to promote tourism for the economic stability of businesses and garner strong community support and spirit as well.

“What has come from this venture is a fantastic group of people who work together to benefit the business community by encouraging tourism and the enjoyment of the community. Scarecrows in every corner of town make a statement about us also. Fallbrookians support their community.” – Jackie Heyneman

Find Scarecrow Days on Facebook and Instagram!

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