You've all seen the flyers and now here are the specific details related to this year's Harvest Fest.
Where: Stehekin, Washington on beautiful Lake Chelan
When: October 3, 4, 5, 2014
Getting there: Unless you have your own boat or plane, or chose to hike in, you'll want to take advantage of services provided by the Lake Chelan Boat Company and/or Chelan Seaplanes.
Lake Chelan Boat Company
The Lady of the Lake provides daily service through October 15, with only a single boat running at this time of the year, so reservations are recommended for both Friday arrivals and Sunday departures from Stehekin. Schedule and Rates
Here is a note from Shane at Chelan Seaplanes, just for Harvest Fest
"We have added some extra flights and a $20 discount on a round trip or $10 one way for folks flying up to the Harvest Fest. They can make their reservations online via our web site or the link here. (LINK) Folks can enter the Promo Code "BOHF2014" when making their reservation to receive their discount."
Places to Stay: Use this link at the Foundation web site (LINK) to check out accommodations in Stehekin, as well as fishing, hiking, and bicycling adventures. And, don't forget the Stehekin Pastry Company!
9 AM - Work party at the Orchard
This involves light work setting up for the weekend, as well as getting the Orchard ready for winter. Come when you can, leave when you need to.
7 PM - Stehekin Valley Music at the Stehekin School
The Valley is the home to many fine musicians dedicated to providing traditional, as well as contemporary music. End of the Road/Agnes on Fire will play, along with both vocal and instrumental individuals and groups. If last year is any indication, this will be a sold-out house, so arrive early!
NOTE - As per state law, alcohol and tobacco are not allowed on the school grounds.
10 AM - Picking and Pressing at the Orchard
Two cider presses, new picking bags, a choice of ladders or long-handled fruit pickers, or just visiting and enjoying the Homestead and Orchard, there are a lot of fun choices for everyone.
Bring your own containers for cider, if you have them. One-gallon freezer bags are provided for this purpose, as well.
1 PM - Community potluck at the Orchard
Our tables are always graced with a great selection of foods at this bountiful time of the year, and End of the Road entertains for your enjoyment in this great setting.
Chili with all the fixings, lemonade, coffee, plates, cups, and utensils are all provided.
If you have lawn chairs, bring them along, or maybe a blanket to sit on the grass.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5
7 PM - Poetry Night (Location to be determined)
Most Harvest Fest visitors have returned home. The Valley is quiet and peaceful, the perfect evening to relax and enjoy your favorite poetry and that of others. Bring your favorite pieces, your own writings, or just listen and enjoy.
Come to enjoy the hospitality of the Stehekin Valley, the fruit and history of the historic Buckner Homestead and Orchard, and the incredible colors of autumn in this unique and wonderful setting!