7th annual Tahoe City Harvest Festival: Celebrate the season | SierraSun.com

7th annual Tahoe City Harvest Festival: Celebrate the season

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TAHOE CITY, Calif. andamp;#8212; The Tahoe City Downtown Association (TCDA) presents the 7th annual Tahoe City Harvest Festival, Saturday, Oct. 8 through Saturday, Oct. 22 with additional fun activities for the whole family. Celebrate the changing of the seasons in Tahoe City.The Harvest Festival is now a two-week long celebration. The anchor events include Cobblestone Oktoberfest Oct. 8 and the Tahoe City Public Utility District Parks andamp; Recreation Department Pumpkin Patch Carnival Oct. 22.In addition to the traditional month-long Scarecrows-on-Parade that decorate downtown Tahoe City along North Lake Boulevard, there will be lots of live music and restaurant specials throughout the Harvest Festival.Introducing a new Harvest Festival event this year which will benefit SnowFest! andamp;#8212;the SnowFest! Scarecrow Sprint andamp; Stroll, Oct. 8 beginning at 11 a.m. This andamp;#8220;fun runandamp;#8221; starts at River Ranch, at Highway 89 and Alpine Meadows Road, and continues to The Bridgetender, just south of Tahoe City on Highway 89 at Fanny Bridge. Costumes are encouraged. For more info about the Snowfest Scarecrow Sprint andamp; Stroll and to pre-register for the andamp;#8220;runandamp;#8221; go to http://www.tahoesnowfestival.com.A Costume Contest will follow the andamp;#8220;fun runandamp;#8221; at the Cobblestone Oktoberfest celebration with activities for the family beginning at 1 p.m. Enjoy a live rock andamp;#8216;n roll dance, a selection of seasonal brews, barbecue sausages and wieners, fresh-made fruit desserts and ice cream, and games and crafts for kids of all ages.To review a complete list of Harvest Festival events visit http://www.VisitTahoeCity.org.andamp;#8212; Submitted to aedgett@sierrasun.com

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