Enjoy the rich autumn colours and bountiful fall produce in Downtown Brooklin and Grass Park!
- Date and time:
Saturday, September 19, 2020
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Grass Park (41 Baldwin Street) Downtown Brooklin
This event is free to attend
Check back in September for the full event schedule.
- Businesses and restaurants on Baldwin Street invite you to shop sidewalk sales, pop into unique shops and meet the local owners.
- Community vendors offer fruits, vegetables, food, flowers, baked goods, and unique, homemade products.
- Enjoy the Adventure Zone with Rock wall, dunk tank, Kids’ Zone with inflatable corn maze, interactive activities, balloon artist and scarecrow scavenger hunt.
- Relax in comfortable Adirondack chairs and take in the local entertainment at the main Stage in Grass Park.
Accessing the Event
Road closures: Harvest Festival is a pedestrian focused event. To provide safe, accessible aisles for pedestrian traffic the following roads will be closed from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 14:
- Baldwin Street North from Cassels Road to Way Street
- Roebuck Street
- Cassels Road East from Baldwin Street to Church Street
- Portions of Durham Street, Princess Street and Campbell Street
Driving: Highway 12 traffic will detour north of Brooklin at Columbus Road and south of Brooklin at Winchester Road. Access routes throughout Brooklin are available for local traffic.
Parking: Residents are encouraged to use active transportation to access this event. Limited parking is available in the following lots:
- Downtown Brooklin municipal parking lot (3 Vipond Road)
- Brooklin Memorial Park (access off St. Thomas Street)
On-street parking is available in Downtown Brooklin – please obey all parking signs and by-laws.
Active Transportation: Residents are encouraged to walk, bike or use other forms of active transportation to access Harvest Festival. This event includes road closures and its pedestrian focused.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Is this event accessible?
Yes. Harvest Festival is an outdoor event, taking place on the streets of Downtown Brooklin.
- Can I bring my dog?
Yes, dogs are welcome as long as they are on a leash, under control of their owner and owner’s pick-up after them.
- Are there shuttle buses/transportation for the event?
No. Harvest Festival is pedestrian focused and event goers are encouraged to use active transportation to access the event.