Harvest Festival 2017


Come celebrate the joys of autumn at the 83rd annual Berkshire Botanical Garden Harvest Festival! One of the longest running of its kind, the Harvest Festival offers family fun, great food, local craft vendors, a farmers market, giant tag sales and so much more.  This year the festival takes place Saturday and Sunday, October 7th and 8th from 10am – 5pm both days.  Admission to the Festival is $7 and kids under 12 are free.  Harvest Festival is held on the grounds of the Berkshire Botanical Garden and all proceeds go to benefit the Garden’s education program.  

If you are interested in being a vendor, an entertainer, or would like to provide a children’s activity, please contact Dana Audia, the Festival producer, at daudia@berkshirebotanical.org.


If you would like to volunteer for this event and benefit from reserved parking, free admission to the Festival, and a chance at winning a $100 gift certificate to the Red Lion Inn, please click here to volunteer or  click the following email address to reach our membership coordinator:  cgrippaldi@berkshirebotanical.org


Tax deductible donations are now being accepted for the Harvest Festival’s huge tag and clothing  sales. Please bring gently used, quality items to the Education Center located at the intersection of Routes 102/183, Stockbridge. Potted plants welcomed, too! Jewelry donations can be dropped off during regular business hours at the administrative office located in the Visitor Center. Please, no mattresses,  large furniture, air conditioners, computers/monitors, microwaves, refrigerators, televisions, electronics or books (except garden books). Call 413 320-4794 for additional information.


  • If you have questions or need more information about Harvest Festival, please call us at 413.298.3926.  


Thank you to our generous sponsors:

Meadow Farm Equipment, Red Lion Inn,
Valet Park of America and Whalen Nursery

See you at the Harvest Festival!


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