Fall Fairs, Festivals, and Seasonal Events

Fall Fairs in Central PA

From grape stomping at a winery harvest festival, to a fair celebrating the history of a legendary bean soup recipe dating back to the days of the Civil War-if you're looking for something fun to do this fall, the Susquehanna River Valley has a wealth of events that are fun for visitors of any age. To learn more about some of our most popular and historic must-see events held each fall, check out the links below:

Selinsgrove's Market Street Festival
Selinsgrove's Market Street Festival

Local artisans, crafters, fun music, food and even a petting zoo, line Market Street for this well-attended event each year.

Beaver Community Fair
Beaver Community Fair

Rides, exhibits, food and free entertainment await a Snyder County's only agricultural Fair.

Shade Mountain Harvest Festival
Shade Mountain Harvest Festival

Held each year in October, this festival provides a feast for the senses. With grape stomping, live music, and, of course, wine tastings, the Harvest Festival offers fun for everyone!

Warrior Run Fort Freeland Heritage Days
Warrior Run Fort Freeland Heritage Days

Experience the days of early settlers as hundreds of costumed crafters, tradesmen and instructors demonstrate our colonial history.

Jack's Mountain Progressive Open House
Jack's Mountain Progressive Open House

Get a jump start on your holiday shopping as we break out the stocking stuffers and fun Christmas items. This Open House is always held the first Saturday in November.

Kohl's Stony Hill Tree Farm and Christmas Shoppe
Kohl's Stony Hill Tree Farm and Christmas Shoppe

This annual Open House is held the weekend after Thanksgiving. Santa will be there on Saturday with door prizes and free Kohl’s Stony Hill Tree Farm Ornaments to the first 50 who buy trees.