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Boaz falls into autumn with Harvest Festival

BOAZ — October is here and that means towns and communities across North Alabama are gearing up for their fall celebrations. Cooler temperatures are a welcoming sign for taking to outdoor activities.

Set for Oct. 7-8, the Harvest Festival invites everyone to downtown Boaz for two days of family-friendly fun including live music, arts and crafts, contests, car show, beauty pageant and more.

During the Harvest Festival, there will be an assortment of arts and crafts vendors as gospel, country and bluegrass music fills the air.

Additional activities include a classic car, truck and jeep show; a cornhole tournament; and a pumpkin contest. There will be food trucks to please everyone’s appetite.

On Saturday, the car, truck, jeep, motorcycle and tractor show will be 8 a.m. to noon and the Miss Harvest Festival pageant gets underway at 9 a.m. at the Old Mill Park.

Many of the shops located in the downtown area will have sidewalk sales and special offers in addition to the festivities.

The free event, now in its 58th year, takes place in downtown Boaz, from Bartlett Avenue to Old Mill Park and gets underway at 8 a.m. and concludes at 6 p.m. both days.

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