Food, vendors, fall activities at Massena Chamber's Harvest Festival Saturday
Friday, September 10, 2010 - 11:54 am

MASSENA – The Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce will be celebrating its third annual Harvest Festival on Saturday, Sept. 11, from noon to 5 p.m. on Main Street with a day full of scarecrow making, wagon rides, food and music.

Downtown from East Orvis to Andrews Street will be blocked off, but there will be other activities happening around the downtown area so make sure to check everything out.

Many activities for young and old alike will be taking place including face painting, scarecrow making with Bob Martell, pumpkin painting with the Massena Chamber, dance demonstrations by Gotta Dance Studio, life-size Candy Land sponsored by Mark Bogdan, horse-drawn wagon rides-sponsored by North Country Savings Bank, many displays, game booths, Child ID Fingerprinting & Photo sponsored by Massena Police Dept. and Massena Masons, kids craft sponsored by SeaComm Federal Credit Union, and the Massena Chamber Food Booth sponsored by Clopman’s Home Furnishings and more.

The Massena Chamber is expecting over 40 vendors to be set up with information, demonstrations and items for sale.

Here is our current list of vendors: Massena Chamber Food Booth, Let’s Go Fishin’ Charters, Seaway Valley Ambulance, Gotta Dance Studio, Massena Farmer’s Market, Phil & Jackie’s, Mimi’s Italian Cookies & More, JoCi Jewelry, Trinity Catholic School, Tastefully Simple, Emmanuel Congregational Church, Massena Rescue Squad, PartyLite, Arbonne International, Pampered Chef, Northrop’s Hilltop Nursery & Landscaping, The Friends of Robert Moses Nature Center, Massena Memorial Hospital Auxiliary/Gift Shop, Judi Shutts Jewelry, River Valley Crafts, Lottie Hurd, St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES, Windance, Mary Romeo, Massena Police Dept & Massena Masons, Cubby T. Clown & Company, SeaComm Federal Credit Union, Gammie’s Niche, Scentsy, The Chocolate Chicks, Beatrice Clark, The Floral Gallery, Sawdust Treasures, St. Lawrence Association of Paranormal Science, Season’s Gift Shop, Better Your Home Design, Snowy Mountain Crafters & Novelties, Center For Sight, Rosario’s Deli, and Country Tyme Treasures.

For more information see our website: or call us at 769-3525.