Visit Marietta Square for the 36th annual Harvest Square festival on Saturday, October 19, 2013 from 9am to 6pm. The Fall arts and crafts festival features a wide variety of unique handmade items from a local artist and craftsmen as well as Fall fun for the entire family.
The Harvest Square Arts and Crafts Festival will feature many local and area artists and craftspeople. Exhibitors will include painting, pottery, woodwork, metal, jewelry, glass, fabric and floral designs. This year the festival also includes Halloween Happenings and Scarecrows on the Square. In addition, The Marietta Square Farmers Market will also take place during the festival from 9am to noon.
Harvest Square Arts and Crafts Festival, 9am to 6pm
Farmers Market, 9am to noon.
Scarecrow contest winners
Children’s costume contest
Pet costume contest
The event also includes Halloween Happenings for children ages 10 and younger. The event takes place as part of Harvest Square and includes games, candy, prizes, and a costume contest for children 12 and under. There is even a costume contest for pets. No registration is required for the costume contests.
Scarecrows on the Square
Scarecrows in the Square has become an annual tradition in which a variety of creative scarecrows decorate Glover Park. Scarecrows are set up by schools, groups, and organizations the first week in October and remain in the Square until November 1. Prizes for the best scarecrows will be awarded.
The festival includes a pumpkin patch with pumpkin decorating for the kids.
The Marietta Parks and Recreation Department sponsors this event each fall, and free parking will be available in the Cobb County Parking Garage on Cherokee Street.
For more information, please call (770) 794-5601.