Bensenville, IL

Harvest Fest 2022 from 9/30 to 10/2

Adrian Holman

The Bensenville Park District will be holding Harvest Fest 2022 at Fischer Farm from Friday, September 30th until Sunday, October 2nd. The annual Harvest Fest has become so popular that this festival is the first one that will be three days instead of two days. Daily admission is $10 or you can order a three-day pass for the entire event for $25. Children under two years old will be granted free admission.

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The festivities will begin on Friday from 4 PM until 8 PM CST. There will be plenty of games for adults and for kids to play along with a food tent and a beer garden. The highlight for the day will be a bonfire from 5 PM to 8 PM where people will be able to make S'mores. Please make sure that you keep children away from the fire. Local music groups will also be performing from 4-8.

Saturday will be a big day with the gates opening up at 10 AM for pumpkin yoga. If you register in advance, then you will be able to do some pumpkin yoga from 10 AM to 10:45 AM. What in the world is pumpkin yoga? The session will be a regular yoga session, but everyone that participates receives a free pumpkin after the session is complete.

Along with the games, kids will have even more to do throughout Saturday. On Saturday, there will be a petting zoo along with hay rides. Plus, there will be a balloon artist, a face painter, and two magic shows at 1 PM and 2:15 PM. Live music will be on the stage from 5 PM to 8 PM.

On Sunday, the gates will be opening up again at 10 AM for some more pumpkin yoga. Afterwards, the final day of Harvest Fest 2022 will be from 11 AM until 4:30 PM. All of the same activities from Saturday will be done again on Sunday.

Fischer Farm is located at 16W680 Grand Avenue in Bensenville. The farm is a couple of blocks east of Illinois Route 83.

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