Sisters Harvest Faire set for weekend
Last updated 10/3/2023 at 10:43am
The streets of Sisters will blossom into an artisans’ marketplace next weekend as Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Sisters Harvest Faire, Saturday and Sunday, October 7-8. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday. The Faire is located on Main Avenue in downtown Sisters.
More than 150 juried artisan vendors will be present selling quality handcrafted items, including pottery, metal art, photography, painting, jewelry, clothing, furniture, home décor, specialty foods, and much more.
For years people from all over Oregon and the Northwest have converged on Sisters to celebrate the changing season with this festival of handmade artisan goods and delicious food. The annual Harvest Faire boasts hands-on activities, educational opportunities, great food, and good old-fashioned fun not found anywhere else, including free music from Dry Canyon Stampede on Saturday and Bill Keale on Sunday.
“The Sisters Harvest Faire is a great place to find all of those one-of-a-kind, handmade items that aren’t available in stores, and it’s the perfect reason to visit Sisters,” said Judy Trego, CEO for the Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce. “Meander at your own pace through our charming downtown. Visit the shops. Enjoy delicious snacks or a meal. You’re sure to find good music, great artisan crafts, and amazing experiences. Come spend the weekend and experience all that Sisters is about.”
The Harvest Faire is a collection of the best that the Northwest has to offer.
For more information on the Sisters Harvest Faire, visit http://www.sisterscountry.com.