Saturday, September 22, 2018 – Rain or Shine
Tickets available at the gate. CASH ONLY.
$10/adult, youth $5 (13 and under), kids aged 5 and under are free!
Hangi Feast $10/person.
This event is in the beautiful countryside of Gore, Nova Scotia close to the iconic look-off at Courthouse Hill where you can view 5 different counties of NS from one spot!
Location: Novastrong Grounds – 2001 Hwy 202 Gore, NS B0N 1P0
near Courthouse Hill Farm
The Country Harvest Festival is a fun-filled day designed to showcase everything wonderful about farming, agriculture and country living in our region. This event is presented by the East Hants and Districts Chamber of Commerce and co-hosted with NovaStrong. You will experience great Music, Fabulous Food and an exciting Lumberjack Show. There will be something for everyone! There is lots of room on the grounds for you, your family and friends to run over rows of huge hay bales, participate in an obstacle course, enjoy a Hangi Feast and Corn Boil. And much more! All Day Event Schedule here.
Bring a blanket or chair so you can hang out between events and listen to the music. Even if you wear your cowboy boots bring sneakers so you can take some time during the day to enjoy the beautiful wooded hiking trail.
If you are interested in registering for the Milk Run event that starts the day off, please register here. Registration for adults is $30 and $20 for youth, this fee includes the entrance fee to the day’s event.
If you have a farm or agriculture-related business or product that you would like to sell or showcase, please call the Chamber office to get the details.
For more info contact: Tracey Williams, 902-883-1010, firstname.lastname@example.org.
BIG THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS!!
- Chill Street Fresh Beer and Cider Market
- Municipality of East Hants
- Enfield Payzant Home Hardware
- Eastern Dairy Servies Ltd.
- Fisher Transport Ltd.
- GymNation Gymnastics & Trampoline
- McNeill’s Shell
Many thanks to the main event volunteer coordinators:
Michael Blois of NovaStrong and the chair of the Chamber’s Event Committee, and
Tracy Isenor of FuturWorx and chair of the Chamber’s Think Local First Committee.