Spin To Win A Prize At Harvest Festival!
Before you go shopping at the B.1802 Mercantile during Harvest Festival, spin the wheel. You could win:
- A Beekman 1802 beauty product
- $5 or $10 off a purchase at the Mercantile
Prizes are limited, try your luck today!
Fall in love with Beekman 1802 at this year’s Harvest Festival, September 15 & 16th. Join us for vendors, live music, demos, artisan meet-and-greets, food trucks, a beer garden and more at this family friendly event.
New this year: Explore Sharon Springs throughout the different mini “Villages” we have set up throughout town. Visit the Mercantile, where Josh and Brent will be greeting neighbors and taking photos. Take a farm tour, where you can meet Farmer John, the famous goats and visit the brand new Artisan Colony. Before heading over Main Stage in Chalybeate Park for live music, make sure to stop at the Ommegang Beer Garden for a cold, craft beer!
Sharon Springs, NY
Sharon Springs Central School
514 Hwy 20
Sharon Springs, NY 13459
Sunnycrest Orchards Farm
Sharon Springs, NY 13459
Saturday, 9/15 & Sunday, 9/16
- Farm Tour and Artisan Colony
- Pasta Alla Tavola Dinner
- Stewart’s Shops Pie Eating Contest
- Ommegang Beer Garden
- Goat Disco!
- Story Book Village for the BeekKids
- Live Music
- Artisan Demos
- American Hotel Lobster Rolls
- Miss Lodema’s Tea Room at The Roseboro
- Events and experiences in every village
Visit the historic Beekman 1802 Farm and see it as you never have before. Get a taste of country life while you see first hand where so many Beekman products come from – view the 50 beehives, 100+ goats, the heirloom vegetable garden, the beloved flower garden and the 19th century manor built by William Beekman himself. Farmer John and members of Team Beekman will be on-hand to greet you and take photos.
We are also proud to announce the debut of our exclusive Artisan Colony at the farm where you can meet some of the makers behind your favorite Beekman artisan wares, including Ceramicist Rita, Glass Blower Bobby, Wood Worker Carl, Blacksmith Michael, Wreath Maker Cackie, Fiber Artist Cece, Basket Weaver Beverly, Ceramist Sunny, Cider Maker Michael, Textile Artist Sharon Kruppenbacher, Wood Worker Derek Countryman and many more.
Shop the Mercantile and then explore the Vintage, Heritage and Artisan Villages to find one-of-a-kind, handmade, artisan wares from over 100 makers across the country. Be sure to find our Instagramable Moment set up in every village. Drop into our StoryBook Village for crafts, games, story-times and many other BeekKid Approved Activities! Once you work up an appetite, step into our Gourmet Village, where you will find festival food unlike ever before. Our Celebration Village in Chalybeate Park will have musical acts once you’re ready to get your dancing on!
Join us in Gourmet Village once you’ve worked up an appetite. Hand-picked food purveyors will be there waiting for you. We’ll have the standard festival fare: kettle corn, cotton candy and seasonal autumn treats. But we’re also piquing your tastebuds with food sure to please every palette.
And don’t forget about our Pasta Alla Tavola Dinner. Rose Marie Trapani, co-author of “A Seat at the Table,” will welcome guests as she shares stories of growing up in Sicily, her mother’s beloved recipes, and what an Alla Tavola was like in her village. Fellow Sicilian and proprietor of Justine’s in Cobleskill, Steve Salerno, is our chef at this sit-down, family-style meal.
- How do I become a vendor?
- Do I have to pay for Harvest Fest?
- Where is the best place to park? Are there shuttles?
- What time do the shuttles run?
- Can I park on main street?
- Is the event cash-only?
- What happens if it rains?
- Will Brent & Josh be there? Where will I see them?
- Can I see the farm while I’m in town?
- What is the Alla Tavola and how can I purchase tickets?
- What are some other attractions in the area?
- What’s the fastest way to get to Sharon Springs?
We want to thank you, our sponsors, for continuing to put YOUR brand’s support behind OUR brand. We look forward to working with you throughout the year.