Dunellen HarvestFest

Dunellen Downtown Management Organization's 8th annual Dunellen HarvestFest is a classic NJ fall event. This festival will feature artists and crafters from around the Garden State, pony rides, apple pie baking competition, pumpkin decorating contest, activities for kids, food, music, and more. It will take place in Washington Park (North Washington Avenue, between Dunellen Avenue and First Street, Dunellen NJ) on Sunday, October 11, 2020 from 11am-4pm.
Participating in Dunellen's HarvestFest is rather affordable: starting at $40 for a 10'x10' non-food vendor space. RAIN OR SHINE. For more info, please email: dunellenmanagement@dunellenborough.com or download the application at http://tinyurl.com/dunellenharvest. Applications are also available at the Dunellen Boro Hall Office.

Contact Information
  1. dunellenmanagement@dunellenborough.com
Sun, October 11
11:00 am — 4:00 pm
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Dunellen Downtown Management Organization's 8th annual Dunellen HarvestFest is a classic NJ fall event. This festival will feature artists and crafters from around the Garden State, pony rides, apple pie baking competition, pumpkin decorating contest, activities for kids, food, music, and more. It will take place in Washington Park (North Washington Avenue, between Dunellen Avenue and First ...

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