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Photos courtesy of the Upward Niagara Chamber of Commerce
Photos courtesy of the Upward Niagara Chamber of Commerce

Lewiston Harvest & Hops Festival this weekend

Thu, Sep 21st 2023 09:30 pm

The annual Lewiston Harvest & Hops Festival will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in the Village of Lewiston.

This event is hosted by the Upward Niagara Chamber of Commerce and presented by Brickyard Brewing Company. The annual fall festival will feature artisan craft, farmers market and food vendors, and a variety of beverages. A New York state-designated farmers market will be featured in the middle of the festival at Fifth Street. Village shops and dining establishments will be open to complement the fall festival.

The Lewiston Harvest & Hops Festival is a favorite among local residents and visitors featuring live music both days. The Tim Britt Band will perform from 1-4 p.m. Saturday on the BBC porch; while an “Electrify Lewiston” event hosted by National Grid, will take place the same time at Gallo Coal Fire Kitchen. Farmer Tom Walsh will be performing his “Songs from the Farm” both Saturday and Sunday on Center Street. Shenandoah Acres will have a petting zoo for children from noon to 4 p.m. both days.

Center Street will remain closed for this event on Saturday morning through Sunday evening (from Fourth to Seventh streets). There will be no vehicular traffic allowed from Fourth to Seventh streets.

The Harvest & Hops Festival is made possible by presenting sponsor The Brickyard Brewing Company / Brickyard Pub & BBQ, and Modern Disposal Services; and also by the Niagara Falls Bridge Commission, Niagara County, Wandering Gypsy Brewing Co., Island Wraps, Renewal by Anderson and Leaf Filter.

For additional information on the Lewiston Harvest & Hops Festival, contact the Upward Niagara Chamber of Commerce Office at 716-754-9500 or visit the event page at www.UpwardNiagara.com.

Photos courtesy of the Upward Niagara Chamber of Commerce


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