2nd Annual Harvest Fest in Kamas
Sponsored by Recycle Utah and Uinta Headwaters RC&D Council
Saturday, October 1st - 1-6 PM @ High Star Ranch
Fall is in the air and that means it’s time for the 2nd Annual Harvest Fest on Saturday October 1st from 1 – 6 pm at High Star Ranch in Kamas. Recycle Utah and Uinta Headwaters RC& D Council have teamed up to show you how to “Go Local” with more than 25 local vendors selling all sorts of products illustrating just how abundant and diverse Summit County is.
“Understanding the importance of growing and buying local is something that is crucial in creating more sustainable and profitable communities.” says Insa Riepen, Executive Director of Recycle Utah who created the event in conjunction with the Uinta Headwaters RC&D Council.
“Going local is as easy as supporting your community Farmer’s Markets. But learning about the various aspects of what it takes to bring the produce and other food products to the table is an experience that’s not always available. This Harvest Fest is a perfect opportunity for all citizens of Summit County to see things in action,” commented USU Cooperative Extension Agent Sterling Banks.
Admission to the Festival is free. It starts at 1 pm at High Star Ranch in Kamas, off Route 32. There will be fun and challenging kid’s activities planned along with farm animal displays by the FFA students from Coalville and Kamas. Local bands and soloists will provide entertainment in a fabulous open pole barn setting. Expect to see lots of local food vendors introducing their products from cheese to bread to meat. The Gateway Grill and Done to Your Taste Catering will provide tasty local foods. Locally brewed beer and roasted coffee will be served.
Special thanks to the High Star Ranch, Gateway Grill, Park City Chamber, Deer Valley, Royal Restrooms and Summit County for their generous support.
For more information about this free event on Saturday, October 1st contact the Recycling Center at 435-649-9698.
Recycle Utah is Park City’s only non-profit community recycling center providing resource re-allocation for more than 50 different items and a variety of conservation and educational programs for Summit and Wasatch Counties.