TEWKSBURY, MA — The Tewksbury Public Events and Celebrations Committee (TPEC) will host its fifth annual Fall Harvest Festival from noon to 5pm on Sunday, September 30 at Livingston Fields.
TPEC is bringing a variety of food, fun and entertainment for this year’s harvest festival. If you have attended in years past, you will see some familiar faces in Rattlesnake Alley, Wicked Cornhole, and Wicked Cheesy. In addition to live musical entertainment and a couple of wicked Tewksbury businesses, the festival will include a number of craft and food vendors.
Carnival rides include round-up, super slide, train ride, and moonwalk. Unlimited-ride bracelets can be purchased for $10 per person — cash only. Kids can ride any ride as often as they like with these bracelets. There will also be pie-eating contests, kids’ crafts, and additional live entertainment.
Parking is available at Tewksbury State Hospital with free shuttle buses to the festival. Parking on Livingston Street is limited to vendors, volunteers, handicapped-placarded vehicles.
The festival is sponsored by TPEC with the support of the Country Club, Dandi Lyons, and Wicked Cheesy.
The Tewksbury Public Events and Celebrations Committee formed in 2014 to coordinate family-friendly community events. These events encourage Tewksbury residents and those from surrounding towns to socialize with neighbors, meet new friends and showcase local talent and businesses.
If Tewksubry residents are interested in joining the committee or volunteering, or would like more information, contact email@example.com.
(NOTE: The above information is from the Tewksbury Public Events & Celebrations Committee.)
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