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Boyne City Harvest Festival

September 30th, 2023

Boyne City’s Harvest Festival fills the downtown with music, crafts, and fall produce. The Boyne City Farmers Market moves to Water and Lake Streets from 8am-12pm and features a variety of apples and other harvest items including pumpkins, squash, apple butter, jam, honey, and cider. Portions of Water Street and Lake Street will be closed to traffic during the festival to make room for the Farmers Market, music, and more than 30 arts and craft vendors.

The Boyne City Harvest Festival also includes folk art demonstrations, children’s games, hay rides, and a scarecrow-making contest. Festival hours are 8am-3pm.

Here's a typical schedule for the event:

Saturday, September 30th, 2023

  • 8am-12pm – Farmers Market (many booths stay open until 4pm)
  • 10am-2pm – Kids Activities
  • 11am-1pm – Live music on 3 stages
  • 1:30-4pm – Live music on 3 stages

Happening Throughout the Day

  • Arts and crafts vendors
  • Folk Art Demonstrations
  • Scarecrow displays (make one yourself)

Experience Boyne City

Nestled along Lake Charlevoix, Boyne City is a gem in Northern Michigan’s crown of jewels. Read the stories below or go to the Boyne City destination page.

Stay tuned for updated information on the 2023 Boyne City Harvest Festival!

For more information on the Boyne Harvest Festival, please contact the event organizer:

Boyne City Main Street

113 S. Lake St., Boyne City, MI, 49712

(231) 582-9009

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