The day features wagon rides, games and crafts, potato harvesting, pie-eating contests, bee-keeping demonstrations and more.
The festival runs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., admission and parking are free.
There's also a home and garden competition with the following categories:
- Fresh Vegetables (largest tomato, pumpkin, or winter squash)
- Canning (fruits, vegetables)
- Condiments (butter, jams, jellies, pickles/relishes)
- Baked Goods (biscuits/donuts, bread/rolls, cakes, cookies/brownies, muffins, pies)
- Needlework (cross stitch, embroidery, knitting/crochet, quilting, rug hooking/braiding)