The Pleasanton Harvest Festival, happening October 27-29 at the Alameda County Fairgrounds, is known as the largest indoor arts and crafts shows on the West Coast, boasting over 24,000 American handmade gifts. The event offers a unique experience which mixes live entertainment, music, prizes, and delicious festival foods with some of the best shopping around. Attendees can browse hundreds of different artisans showcasing original art, jewelry, clothing, ceramics, photography, specialty foods and much more. Guests can stroll indoor and outdoor booths, meet artists face-to-face, and get their purchases personalized.
Kids will enjoy the hands-on KidZone area, while guests of all ages can take in exciting live entertainment from comedic jugglers Scotty and Trink and the local musical group Retroactive Dance Band.
The Pleasanton Harvest Festival will also help to fight hunger in the community by hosting a food drive at the show. Anyone who brings a canned food donation or a non-perishable food donation for the Alameda County Community Food Bank will save $2 off an adult or senior admission. We have an end-of-year Grand Prize raffle; entries only available at the shows. Two (2) Daily ‘Grab Bag’ drawings for $50 in Harvey Bucks to be spent at the show; entry forms available on our website!
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