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Fall & Harvest Festivals 2018 - 2019 Calendar

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Sertoma Thanksgiving Bluegrass Festival Brooksville, FL
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AFCDJS San Diego Jazz Fest San Diego, CA
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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade New York, NY
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Detroit Turkey Trot Detroit, MI
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Chicago Thanksgiving Parade Chicago, IL
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Badarikashrama Thanksgiving Concert & International Vegetarian Dinner San Leandro, CA
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America's Thanksgiving Parade Detroit, MI
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Light Up Louisville Louisville, KY
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Loi Krathong and Yi Peng Chiang Mai, Thailand
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Heritage & Harvest Festival at Old Tucson Tucson, AZ
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Priest Lake Fall Craft Fair Priest Lake, ID
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Harvest Festival Original Art & Craft Show San Jose, CA
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San Antonio Japan Fall Festival San Antonio, TX
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Jacksonville Light Boat Parade and Fireworks Spectacular Jacksonville, FL
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Harvest Festival Original Art & Craft Show Pomona, CA
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Festival in the Japanese Garden Fort Worth, TX
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Fall & Harvest Festivals

Because of our shared agricultural background, harvest festivals are celebrated worldwide, often throughout the year. Typically involving feats of local bounties, these celebreations served an important cultural function in most societies as towns and villages would prepare for the long winter ahead. In America, the most famous harvest holiday is of course Thanksgiving, but many local and regional festivals and events are held each with their own traditions and types of cuisines. Trivia fact: Harvest is from the Old English word hærfest, meaning "Autumn".