Dover hosting Harvest Festival
DOVER — The city will again welcome its Harvest Festival on Saturday.
Designed for the whole family, the harvest festival gives community members an opportunity to showcase their arts and crafts. Dover officials said this year’s festival offers a diverse selection of art and craft vendors with “must-have” products and gifts for the coming holidays, including jams, candles and more.
Information will be available on tower gardens, laser engraved wall art, spices, gun powder art, and coconut wax candles. There will be food and beverages, handcrafted linen, wine samples and more. Littles one can enjoy the small farm agricultural education booth and meet some small farm animals.
Buddy Tetreault and the Priest River Lamanna High School band will perform, and the Klondyke Café also will be on hand.
The festival will be held at the end of Railroad Spur Road off Fourth Street. The festival starts at 10 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m.