Elkton’s annual HarvestFest is set to take over their downtown on Saturday with live music, vendors lining up the streets and a children’s fun area.
HarvestFest Director, Charlotte Myers says she has been organizing the festival since 2017 and it continues to grow each year and the trend continues as this year’s festival is set to have its highest number of vendors ever.
Myers says this year’s HarvestFest will have around 125 vendors while last year’s had 98 vendors. Myers says they have a wide range of vendors from food vendors, to clothing boutique and craft vendors lining up around the Public Square.
Along with the vendors, attendees can enjoy live music on the Main Square Stage. The Andy Miller Band, Todd County Boys and Country Twang will be taking the stage throughout the day.
Their will also be activities for children at the Children’s Fun area at Milliken Memorial Community House. Myers says there will be inflatable bounce houses, a playground area and small pedal cars.
With HarvestFest taking over downtown Elkton, Myers says some roads leading downtown will be closed but normal travel should not be hindered.
HarvestFest will be is on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in downtown Elkton. A full schedule of events is available at elktonky.com/harvestfest and the festival is free to everyone.