Fort Hunter Day ushers in fall and will look different this year! To safely enjoy a day outdoors, Fort Hunter Day will only feature a craft show, musical entertainment and a selection of tasty food trucks, including Farm Show Milkshakes! Please note information below on free admission and safety protocols.
The festival will be relocated to the east side (barn side) of the park where parking is plentiful and visitors will be able to enjoy music on the Corncrib Stage and support the craft vendors and familiar local food trucks.
*New this year* – free admission tickets will be required, the event is free, as always, but to help control how many people are entering at one time, admission tickets are required for entry, please choose only one time slot. Use this link to sign up https://dauphin-county-parks–recreation.ticketleap.com/fort-hunter-day-2020/
Support these local craft vendors:Alpaca Fiber Designs Anne Cherry Art & Design Bubble Palooza Cards By Jessi Chicks in Black Confectionary Imaging Creekwood Candle Co Custom Designs by Claudia J’s Wine Racks & More J&M Wine Jelly Jodi’s Pottery Karelyn Soaps Liam’s Luck Wood Crafts LoMo Studio Mountain Ridge Farm Pam’s Beaded Treasures Stellascloset.com Wildwood Lavender Farm Woodcraftings & Turnings by Don
Support these favorite food trucks:Bucky’s Festival Foods Farm Show Milkshakes Hall’s Ice Cream Sherrie’s Crabcakes William’s French Fries
Throughout the day enjoy musical entertainment on the corncrib stage in partnership with the Susquehanna Folk Music Society.
10:00 – 10:45 AM – Mark DeRose
11:00 – 11:45 AM – Mark DeRose
12:00 – 12:45 PM – Emmanuel and Momo
1:00 – 1:45 PM – Emmanuel and Momo
2:00 – 2:45 PM – Across the Pond
3:00 – 3:45 PM – Across the Pond
These safety protocols will be in place:
- Do not visit if you do not feel well or have symptoms of Covid-19
- Timed tickets (free) will be used to help stagger the amount of people at any given time
- Guests must wear masks and/or face shield
- Hand Sanitizing Stations throughout the event
- Restrooms and high touch areas will be sanitized hourly
- Encourage social distancing within event space
Sincere thanks to event sponsor M&T Bank for their support of this annual fall festival. Free
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