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FALL FESTIVALS

Check Out This Fall's Festivities In The Laurel Highlands

As fall rolls in, we welcome the colorful foliage, delicious harvest goods and a season jam-packed with awesome festivals, especially here in the Laurel Highlands. Our gorgeous mountain views and rolling hillsides full of colorful displays serve as the perfect backdrop for some harvest season entertainment. Enjoy the leaf-y scenery Bedford Fall Foliage Festivaland harvest flavors at events like the Delmont Apple ‘n Arts Festival, Connellsville Mum Festival, Scottdale Fall Festival and Seven Springs' Autumnfest. Check out the steam engines and antique tractors at the Farmers & Threshermens Jubilee or head over to the Scottdale Fall Festival for a car show, dog show, parade and more.

These fall festivals are also some of the best crafty and cultural destinations. Explore the Mt. Pleasant Glass & Ethnic Festival, where over 100 ethnic food and craft vendors gather. Relive the area's historical heritage at Fort Ligonier DaysMountain Craft Days, the Bullskin Township Annual Heritage Days Festival or the Stahlstown Flax Scutching Festival

Say goodbye to summer salads and welcome in fall comfort foods. All of these festivals serve some scrumptious harvest foods like apple pies, pumpkin treats, chili and so much more. Some of these fall festivals are even devoted to food and drink. Join in on the fun at the Sandyvale Memorial Gardens for the  wine AutumnFestfestival with great food and drink, hot air     balloon rides and so much more. The Laurel Highlands Chili Cook-off & Mountain Harvest Festival at Christian W. Klay Winery, the Springs Folk Festival and the Brews & Brats Festival at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort pack in the food as well as the fun.

Some of these festivals, like Bedford's Fall Foliage Festival, the Schramm's Fall Festival and Seven Springs' Autumnfest happen for more than just one weekend. It's hard to choose which festivals to attend, so grab the family and try to attend as many as you can!

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