By Julia Johnson This Saturday (October, 14) as usually the second weekend of October in Billing everybody could visit Harvestfest. Harvest Festival is a celebration of the food grown on the land. Event located in the center of downtown Billings under Skypoint at 2nd Ave. The finale of summer's Farmers' Market, Harvestfest celebrates the season with a rich diversity of arts and crafts, fresh produce, mums, pumpkins, pies, and the final offerings of farmers' market produce. Strollers experience the aromas of food-truck fare like roasted nuts, steak sandwhichs, and kettle corn. Live entertainment includes fiddlers and dancers performing under Skypoint, the Pumpkin Pie baking contest judged by the Chefs and Cooks of Montana, and the popular Merchant Gift Basket Raffle featuring a tempting assortment of items donated by local businesses. With an interactive children's area including free crafts and activities for all ages, this event draws people from all over the northwest region into the streets and businesses of downtown. “I participate Harvestfest already second time. I do it, because I like downtown effect really. Everybody here together. Its real good time. Also I did the strawberry festival and the farmers market” - told Jessie Hogsett. Her specialization is pure VT Maple Syrup and Products. So many real exciting things you could see during festival. For instance Jeff Schaezle, professional stone cutter, show how he can use his talent working with the pumpkin. An interview with Jeff you can find in one of the video we add to the article. “a Heart for Stone” is his motto and when you see what he has done – you easily believe to him. What people real love about Harvest fest is seat just on the earth in the heart of downtown and see all that dance and attractions! The best is possibility to participate. For example visitors had real fun while dancing with Native Americans musicians Family dance. Amazing experience of emberdance. If you missed that opportunity you can find women who will teach you how to do it in facebook just typing: Emberdance Collective. “Here we because of several reasons. We want to be more active, make more friends, give to people the opportunity to engage with our community. This Is so much fun. I don't know who have more fun: the audience or us. But we fell for each other and it is fantastic feeling. Even if person doesn't ever performed you real should dance its feeling so good!” - assured Jennifer Ries Nota bene! Many communities across the globe participate in fall festivities in honor of the harvest season. Harvest festivals are held around the world from Australia to Sweden to India. In China the mid autumn festival is also known as the Moon festival. This custom is thought to hark back to ancient times when Chinese offered a sacrifice to the moon, a symbol of harmony and abundance. Families gather to eat traditional moon cakes and many folk tales centre around a moon maiden
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More than thousand people visited Harvestfest in Billings (photo review)
By Julia Johnson This Saturday (October, 14) as usually the second weekend of October in Billing everybody could visit Harvestfest. Harvest Festival is a celebration of the food grown on the land. Event located in the center of downtown Billings under Skypoint at 2nd Ave. The finale of summer's Farmers' Market, Harvestfest celebrates the season with a rich diversity of arts and crafts, fresh produce, mums, pumpkins, pies, and the final offerings of farmers' market produce. Strollers experience the aromas of food-truck fare like roasted nuts, steak sandwhichs, and kettle corn. Live entertainment includes fiddlers and dancers performing under Skypoint, the Pumpkin Pie baking contest judged by the Chefs and Cooks of Montana, and the popular Merchant Gift Basket Raffle featuring a tempting assortment of items donated by local businesses. With an interactive children's area including free crafts and activities for all ages, this event draws people from all over the northwest region into the streets and businesses of downtown. “I participate Harvestfest already second time. I do it, because I like downtown effect really. Everybody here together. Its real good time. Also I did the strawberry festival and the farmers market” - told Jessie Hogsett. Her specialization is pure VT Maple Syrup and Products. So many real exciting things you could see during festival. For instance Jeff Schaezle, professional stone cutter, show how he can use his talent working with the pumpkin. An interview with Jeff you can find in one of the video we add to the article. “a Heart for Stone” is his motto and when you see what he has done you easily believe to him. What people real love about Harvest fest is seat just on the earth in the heart of downtown and see all that dance and attractions! The best is possibility to participate. For example visitors had real fun while dancing with Native Americans musicians Family dance. Amazing experience of emberdance. If you missed that opportunity you can find women who will teach you how to do it in facebook just typing: Emberdance Collective. “Here we because of several reasons. We want to be more active, make more friends, give to people the opportunity to engage with our community. This Is so much fun. I don't know who have more fun: the audience or us. But we fell for each other and it is fantastic feeling. Even if person doesn't ever performed you real should dance its feeling so good!” - assured Jennifer Ries Nota bene! Many communities across the globe participate in fall festivities in honor of the harvest season. Harvest festivals are held around the world from Australia to Sweden to India. In China the mid autumn festival is also known as the Moon festival. This custom is thought to hark back to ancient times when Chinese offered a sacrifice to the moon, a symbol of harmony and abundance. Families gather to eat traditional moon cakes and many folk tales centre around a moon maiden
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More than thousand people visited Harvestfest in Billings (photo review)