When:
October 11, 2014 @ 10:00 am – October 12, 2014 @ 5:00 pm
Where:
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 Stockbridge Road
West Stockbridge, MA 01266
USA
Cost:
$5 Adults, Children under 12 are free - Tickets sold at the door
Contact:
Amy Cotler413.298.3926E-mail
Categories:

HF Web 2014

80th Annual Berkshire Harvest Festival

Saturday and Sunday, October 11th and 12th 2014

VENDORS!!!!!!!
Download here
2014 Vendor Guidelines and Application
2014 Guideline and Application (only for farmers in the farmers market)

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About the Festival

On the grounds of the Berkshire Botanical Garden
At the junction of Routes 183 and 102 in Stockbridge
Oct 11 and 12, 10am-5pm

For generations the Harvest Festival has been a cherished tradition in the Berkshires. It is one of the largest and longest running events of its kind in the country with up to 10,000 attendees. Proceeds from the event support educational programs at the Garden.

The Festival is a family-friendly celebration of community, showcasing local crafters, artisans, food producers, a farmers market and more. There are 100+ unique vendors and plenty of kids activities, including our famous hay jump, as well as educational workshops and giant tag sales galore.

Live music, crafts, food, silent auction, plant sale, gigantic tag sales, used book sale, farmers market, fall fun for kids!

Free parking. Admission $5 adults, children under 12 are free.

For information, contact Amy Cotler, Event Producer
acotler@berkshirebotanical.org
413 298 3926

Become a Festival Volunteer

Visit the volunteer page for available job descriptions and to learn how you can help. To volunteer, contact the Office: 413 298 3926.

2014 Schedules Coming Soon

Take a look at the 2013 offerings! For entertainment here, kids Activities here, educational workshops here.

2014 Vendor List Coming Soon
(Thanks to our 2013 vendors!)

8 Foot River (eclectic indie music on stage)
Airmeith Naturals (herbal and bath products)
Alkemia Perfumes (handcrafted scents)
Anita B Designs
Ann Conlin Handmade Art Glass Beads (wearable art)
Anni Maliki (silver jewelry)
Aurora (handmade sea salt exfoliators)
Baro Fashions (handmade clothing, purses, etc)
Barrington Brewery (barn brewed beer)
Bella Designs (jewelry using metal clay, semi-precious stones, sterling silver and swarvoski crystals)
Berkshire Beading Company (beaded jewelry)
Berkshire Botanical Garden Gifts and Herbal Associates
Berkshire Country Day School (private elementary school)
Berkshire Humane Society (non-profit, selling animal items and cheesecake)
Berkshire Mountain Bakery (pizza)
Berkshire Photo.com (posters, books, notecards)
Berkshire Ramblers (old style folk songs)
Berkshire South’s Obstacle Course!
Beth Carlisle Design (Olive Designs/Lapis + Lime) (jewelry)
Bhugs, Inc (huggable stuffed characters, prints)
Bijoux Creations (vintage inspired jewelry)
Bunner Dog ‘n Mare (quesadillas)
Button Down Balloons (balloon sculptor)
by Francine K (fabric portfolios, albums, journals)
Calligraphy Design Studio (fine art prints, organic shirts)
Carol Mentos Leather (garments and bags)
Cat Illustrates (Illustrations)
Cathy’s Creations (hand painted cards)
CC’s Spiral Potatoes (beef stew, clam chowder, lobster bisque, potato chips, fried pickles, hot and cold drinks)
Charley’s Fund (non-profit working for cures for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy)
Chris Merenda and the Wheel (folk/rock music on stage)
Coffee 55 (Barrington Roaster’s Coffee, Harney Tea, hot and iced)
Common Good Market (artisan and craftsman made items for the home)
Countryside Crafters (home décor)
Cute as a Button (accessories and hand knitted hats)
Dancing Bare Soap (organic soap, oils, butters)
David Grover (children’s music)
Dutch Desserts (tarts)
Earth Wind Photography (photography)
Earthy Originals (botanical scanographer, prints, cards)
East End Foodies (gourmet barrel aged balsamic vinegars; infused extra virgin olive oils)
For the Love of Pie (locally made pecan and pumpkin pie; brittle)
Frank Schaap (blues, rags, hollers)
Frankie & Joanna’s Gems/Made by Tania (felted wool accessories, jewelry)
Free Ramblin’ Kids (kids products, booties, etc)
Gary A. Fisher (wooden commemorative goblets)
Gifts From the Heart (Origami Owl) (lockets customized with charms by customer)
Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School (Middle School Choir, Middle School Circus, activities at booth)
Happy Face Painter and the Monster Photo Booth (face painting! Boo!)
Higher Help (gospel music on stage)
Hoopiverse (hula hoops and hula hooping in the Activities area)
Hosta Hill (sauerkraut, kimchi, tempeh, pesto)
Images Photography (nature photography)
Ioka Valley Farm (maple products)
J. Cooper Woodturnings (heirloom turned pieces)
Janet McKinstry Designs (upholstery bags)
Jilly Mamas (accessories, bags) / Amy’s Attic (shabby chic jewelry)
JJ Artwood (handmade pens, kaliodoscopes, corkscrews)
JK Custom Furniture and Design (cutting boards, cheese boards, linens, and furniture)
Johnny Mystic Magical Entertainment (Sunday only, stage show and roving!)
Kids 4 Harmony (youth musicians on stage)
Kinderhof Waldorf School (early childhood education)
Lakota Bar-B-Q (Pulled park, ribs, etc)
Les Trois Emme Vineyard and Winery (wine)
Lucky Five’s (swing music)
Maggi Kern Crafts (pillows, purses, baby things)
Mannybeads (jewelry with natural and unrefined turquoise and other stones)
McFarland’s Handwork (handfelted and handwoven scarves and decorative accessories)
Misfit Farm Friendly Animals (come cuddle!)
Montessori School of The Berkshires (toddler through adolescent programs, activities at booth)
Moonshine Design at Keldaby (hand woven/knitted mohair)
Moonshine Holler (Southern roots music)
Mountain Sea Wearables (spun, dyed, felted items)
My Mother’s Apron (specialty children’s aprons)
Naga Bakehouse (artisan breads)
Nancy F Rose Glass Art (glass art)
On the Bend (hand forged copper and sterling silver jewelry, brooches, and vases)
Overmeade Gardens (garden vegetables and hand curved wooden wares from trees on farm)
Ozzie’s Glass Inc. (vases, candle holders, bottles, and jewelry made from borosilicate glass)
PaPa Dogs (burgers, hot dogs, bratwurst)
Polarbear and Panda (cuddly wildlife stuffed animals)
Preeta (jewelry) / Avenida Antigua (vintage glass, wreaths)
Rag Hill Farm (quilted potholders, bags, crocheted hats, woven scarves)
Raven and Boar (local farmstead sausages)
Richard Mason (bird houses, book racks)
Rys and Shine! (silver and gemstone jewelry)
The San Francisco Sock Company (bamboo socks & clothing)
Scanner Photography by Ellen Hoverkamp (scanner photography, notecards, prints, book “Natural Companions”)
Seed Bead Bliss (bead jewelry)
Sherry’s Snacks from Bousquet (carnival food – cotton candy, lemonade, corn dogs, fried dough)
Shire City Herbals (fire cider, medicinal)
Snazzy Beads (bead jewelry)
Spruce Ridge Alpaca Farm (sweaters, teddy bears, and alpacas!)
Stan’s Custom Writing Pens (handmade pens, pepper mills, salt grinders)
Stellina Jewelry & Gifts (felted birds and bird houses, Venetian glass, jewelry, cards)
Stephen G. Donaldson Photography (fine art photography, coffee table books, cards)
Sundaes Best Hot Fudge Sauce (hot fudge sauce)
Sunmeadow Alpacas (hats, scares, mittens, etc.)
Sustainable Shanti (organic skin care products)
Sweethaven Farm (fall arrangements and wreaths)
Terry Duff Photography (photography)
Thai Indigo Village (Thai imports and indigo died fabrics)
The Bistro Box (paninis, wraps, soups, chicken pot pie, drinks, chips)
The Petal Collection (fabric flower hair accessories)
Thumbspun (sterling silver and gemstone jewelry)
Timi’s Greek Food
Undermountain Weavers (woven goods)
Unique Sands (fill bottles with colored sands in Activity area)
Valley View Acres (honeybee products)
Wheel and Loom (wheel thrown pottery, handwoven textiles, and wares)
Willow Bend Publishing (self-published children’s horse books)
Woolie Glen (handwoven baskets)
Zyra Clay Studio (colorful, functional ceramics)

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