The historic 150-acre Greenbank Farm is the host of a Harvest Festival to celebrate Whidbey Island’s bounty. The Harvest Festival takes place on Sunday, September 10th from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. The community event features Whidbey’s foods + farms with seasonal activities for the whole family.
- Farm Tours– Visit the Farm’s gardens, birdwatching area, pond + barns
- Beer Garden – Enjoy locally crafted beer, wine and cider.
- Local Artisans Market –Experience the flavorsof local produce + products
- Dahlia Flower Farm– Take a hayride through the fields at the farm
- Children’s Crafts in The Circus Tent– Make scarecrows + paint pumpkins
- Family Games on The Lawn – Play family lawn games
- Live Music – Hear local musicians throughout the day
- Good Food – Come for the fun, stay for the food!
The Greenbank Harvest Festival showcases vendors from Greenbank Farm’s Pea Patch plots including: Growing Veterans, Salty Acres, Lesedi Farm, One Willow Farm.
All Greenbank Farm shops will be open including Old Spots Bistro, Greenbank Farm Wine Shop, Greenbank Cheese Shop, Fire of the Heart Gallery.
Nonprofits participants include: Port of Coupeville, Sound Stewards, Whidbey Animal Improvement Foundation (WAIF), Whidbey Camano Land Trust, Whidbey Island Master Gardeners, Ballydidean Farm Sanctuary, Whidbey Island Grown Cooperative, Pacific Rim Institute, Island Senior Resources
September is Whidbey Eat Local Month – The Harvest Festival is part of the month-long Whidbey Eat Local Month, a project of the Whidbey Island Grown Cooperative.
For the latest info and a growing list of vendors, please visit our Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/portofcoupeville
Last modified: August 26, 2023