12th Annual Dallas Harvest Festival | Sunday, September 14, 2014
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Committee Plans 2014 Festival Print E-mail


The Dallas Harvest Festival Steering Committee is planning the 12th Annual Dallas Harvest Festival to take place from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 14 on and around Main Street in Dallas Borough.

To commemorate the “Year of the Family,” activities will be planned with this in mind. Enjoy Best of Open Mic (BOOM) category on Friday, Sept. 12, beginning with sign-ups at 5:30 p.m. at the George M. Dallas Masonic Lodge 531, 60 Main St., Dallas. Family acts are welcome. Cash prizes will be awarded, as will an opportunity to perform live during the festival.
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2014 Best of Open Mic - Coming Soon! Print E-mail

The Dallas Harvest Festival presents
 
The Best of Open Mic!

Poetry, Prose & Music

Cash Prizes

Friday, September 12, 2014
George M. Dallas Masonic Lodge
Main St, Dallas, next to Dallas Hardware

Sign-ups: 5:30 pm - Performances begin at 6 pm

It's FREE to enter -- More information to come

 
Enter the Harvest Festival Family Photo Contest Print E-mail
Generation to Generation Sponsors Contest

Back Mountain families will be in focus this fall when the Dallas Harvest Festival hosts a family-oriented photo contest. The contest, sponsored by Generation-to-Generation (G2G), will put local family photos – old and new – front and center and offer cash prizes for winners, too.

Dubbed the Year of the Family, this year’s Dallas Harvest Festival will offer entrants the opportunity to showcase Back Mountain family photos in one of three categories: Best Overall Family Photo, Most Generations in a Photo, and the Most Historic Family Photo. Each category will be recognized with first, second and third place winners.

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Festival in Fast Forward Print E-mail
Enjoy a rare vantage point on Main Street, Dallas, when the traffic stops, the tents go up and the fun begins at the 2009 Dallas Harvest Festival. Shot by Dallas High School students Ryan Hogan and Drew Schaub, this video captures nearly 12 hours of set-up, shopping, eating, strolling, and teardown from a homeowner's second-story window.