A bumper crop of good times: Annual Harvest Fair returns to Johnson Farm | Photo gallery

The annual Harvest Fair returned Sunday, Sept. 22, bringing an overflowing cornucopia of autumnal offerings, including cider pressing, horse-drawn carriage rides and a sheep-shearing demonstration to Johnson Farm.

That it was a soggy, drizzly day did nothing to dampen attendance, which was robust as a healthy harvest. The beloved island tradition has for nearly two decades now reportedly seen several thousand visitors gather at the intersection of Fletcher Bay Road NE and NE Twin Ponds Road every September.

The day-long celebration of the local farming community also included dancing, 4-H animal displays, and live music, as well as a beer-and-wine garden and the usual contests: best dahlia, largest zucchini and best pie.

The Review’s Luciano Marano was there, camera in hand to record the action. His favorite shots are collected here.

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