Harrison Pumpkin Festival » Miss604 Vancouver Blog

Celebrate the arrival of fall by following the seasonal farm trail to Agassiz, where you can harvest your own pumpkins at Harrison Pumpkin Festival – Home of the “All You Can Carry” pumpkin patch.

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Harrison Pumpkin Festival

  • when: September 29 – October 29 (or while supplies last)
    • Thursday and Friday 11:00 am to 5:00 pm; Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    • Open Monday, October 9 (Thanksgiving) from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m
  • where: Harrison Pumpkin Festival 5039 Lougheed Highway, Agassiz
  • Acceptance: $15 per person (ages 2 and under free) for all-you-can-carry pumpkin. Tickets are available for purchase online.

For the past 17 years, one family has brought flower festivals to the valley and now operates under its umbrella Onos Farms They are excited to offer this new fall option.

There are over 22 different types of pumpkins you can find at the Harrison Pumpkin Festival. Add texture and more color to your fall photos and sculpting activities. From cute half-pounders to classic 10- to 100-pound carvers, you’ll want to fill your trunk with so many decor options.

The farm also has wonderful displays of dahlias, zinnias and cosmos that should be in luxuriant bloom all season long (weather permitting). the Farm shop It will be filled with fresh cut flowers, sunflowers and pumpkin seeds, as well as tulip and daffodil bulbs (while supplies last). a Food truck He will be on site every day of the festival to feed your pumpkin picking crew.

The admission price gets you “all you can carry” pumpkins, but you have to be able to literally carry them in your arms — that is, without the use of a cart, cart, or other device. Pumpkins will also be available at the farm store for those who don’t enjoy heavy lifting.

The festival hosts a photo contest on Instagram where you can show off creative ways to lift as many of those pumpkins as you can carry. To participate, simply tag @harrisonsunflowerfest on Instagram and use the hashtag #OnosFarmsPumpkinContest In your message.

To add to the fun and create some friendly competition, there will be a pumpkin weighing station near the store. Weigh and measure your selections and compete to see who will carry the heaviest load of pumpkin in any given category. Monitor your standing in the online stats, as daily updates will be made to the leaderboard.

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