Each year we celebrate the end of the summer and Nature’s bounty by getting together for this event at the end of the day. 

In 2008, we started holding the Harvest Fair at Tapiola, the place which we use for our summer programs, and we hope to continue this tradition.  All sites come together for a chance to participate in some outdoor activities, eat corn chowder and tea biscuits, and do some shopping at our country fair.  We will be asking for donations of baking and home preserves or jam to sell at this event.  You will also be able to buy locally grown vegetables and perhaps even some that have been grown by your own children.  We may even have an opportunity to harvest some vegetables at the event, depending on the success of our garden at Tapiola.