Community Event: Chester’s 35th Annual Harvest Celebration

  • Posted on October 8th, 2018
  • by Turpin Real Estate
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All weekend long, Chester will be celebrating its 35th annual Harvest Celebration. Stop by historic downtown Chester on Saturday or Sunday, October 13 and 14, from 11am to 5pm for this free event.

This year’s highlights include

  • An appearance by NBC television’s “Produce Pete” Napolitano on Saturday from noon to 3pm
  • Historic sounds of the American Revolution’s Fife and Drum performed by New Jersey’s own “Colonial Musketeers Junior Fife and Drum Corp
  • A fun, fall-themed Selfie Station
  • South Hills Pet Adoption & Pet Costume Contest
  • Special Musical Guests: The Morris Music Men, Morris County’s Barbershop Chorus

Other Harvest Celebration activities include an antique apple press demonstration, blacksmith demonstration, clown performance, face painting, Ford V-8 antique car show, pumpkin carving demonstrations, pumpkin painting, wood carving demonstration and more. For a complete schedule of events, visit here

After the Harvest Celebration, visit charming downtown Chester’s 80-plus specialty shops featuring antiques, crafts, clothing, jewelry, home furnishings, pet products, confections and wonderful eateries. For brand-name shopping and additional dining, visit The Streets of Chester Shopping Center around the corner on Route 206 South.

Chester is a scenic, bucolic part of the state offering a wide range of real estate and a central Morris County location near major commuting routes. If you are interested in learning more about Chester real estate, luxury homes for sale in Chester or luxury real estate in New Jersey, contact Turpin at 877-788-7746.

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