Halifax Harvest Days
For information on this year's event, check out our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/halifaxcountyharvestdays
The first Halifax Harvest Day was held October 10, 1992. The purpose of the event was to promote the heritage, Southern hospitality, and agrarian culture in Halifax County, and to entice the millions of route 95 travelers to visit the county to learn more about the county's past and present agricultural heritage, in addition to spending some of their dollars.
Years later, the tradition continues and Halifax Harvest Days gets bigger and better each year.
Festival goers continue to enjoy:
- Looking at heritage farm equipment such as antique tractors
- Viewing farm exhibits and period demonstrations such as the sawmill, peanut threshing, corn shucking, and live farm animals.
- Listening to music and watching entertainment throughout the day on the outdoor amphitheater
- Learning at educational Exhibits area at the Rosenwald School, which highlights the services available to all Halifax County citizens
- Walking through the early 1900's Farm House to reminisce how our ancestors lived
- Visiting the Agricultural Museum to view the cotton display, farm tools and equipment, and glimpse pictures of honored military
Admission to and parking for the festival is free.
- Take Exit 168 off Interstate 95.
- Take Highway 903 South for 2.6 miles toward Halifax to the 4-H Rural Life Center.
Halifax Harvest Days has become a county-wide event with many departments within the Halifax County government participating in the planning and hosting throughout the festival.
The Roanoke River Antique Engine and Tractor Club and Halifax County Tourism partner with
More events and vendors are being added to the festival on a yearly basis, so wear your walking shoes, and plan to spend a fun-filled weekend at Halifax Harvest Days.