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Organizers thank sponsors and vendors that make the event so much fun for Estacada

PMG FILE PHOTO - Pumpkin painting is popular with children during the Harvest Festival planned Sept. 17 in downtown

Estacada's annual Harvest Festival is this Saturday and the organizers wanted to let everyone know that without sponsors the community would not have the live music, competitions and other fun the festival brings.

"We're excited to bring back this family-friendly event. Harvest Festival brings together the community to our beautiful downtown. We can't wait to see the decorated strollers and bikes, the painted pumpkins, and the smiling faces," Elaina Turpin, assistant city manager with the City of Estacada said in a statement.

To start and end the day, local musicians Rick and Barb will entertain.

After taking a hiatus due to COVID-19, the Harvest Festival will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17 on Third Avenues between Broadway and Zobrist Streets in downtown Estacada.

The Downtown Estacada Commission said in a statement that it "wants to thank all the sponsors who have generously contributed to the event: Oregon Health Insurance Marketplace, Comcast, Harvest Market and Orchid Health Wade Creek Clinic."

In addition to sponsors, the Downtown Estacada Commission "is grateful to the vendors who will be participating at Harvest Festival this year. Vendors range from food to artisanal and artistic to bring a variety of products and activities for the whole family to enjoy. This year's vendors include Oregon Health Insurance Marketplace, Flower Power Face Painting, Brand Girls Botanicals, My Art and Friends, Trails End Kettle Corn, Timber Town Fitness, Burbeck Jewelry, The Beautiful Pig, Stone Circle Cider, Renewal by Andersen, Adams Ice Cream, Orchid Health, and Pacific Northwest Adult & Teen Challenge.

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