Harvest Fair taking place all weekend in Middletown

Posted 9/28/22

For over 45 years, the Norman Bird Sanctuary has brought visitors from far and wide together for a celebration of the harvest season through its annual Harvest Fair. The event is a fall favorite on …

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Harvest Fair taking place all weekend in Middletown

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For over 45 years, the Norman Bird Sanctuary has brought visitors from far and wide together for a celebration of the harvest season through its annual Harvest Fair. The event is a fall favorite on Aquidneck Island.

The old-fashioned Harvest Fair, taking place both Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 1 and 2, offers something for everyone, including sack races, hay rides, mud pit, tug-of-war and fair games with prizes, as well as live music and food.

Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.

Get all the details at: https://www.normanbirdsanctuary.org/harvest-fair

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