For nearly two decades, folks have been coming to downtown Sturgeon Bay to celebrate autumn on 3rd Avenue. The annual harvest festival, street art auction & harvest moon celebration is set for Saturday, from 9AM to 11PM. Amy Demeter of the Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center says the event offers a craft show & great food…[audio:https://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/N1454.mp3|titles=Amy Demeter]
There’s also cotton candy, funnel cakes & cowboy kettle corn. Todd Trimberger, Visitor Center Executive Director, says the live auction of decorated street art begins at 6PM. He explains where proceeds from the event are invested…[audio:https://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/N1455.mp3|titles=Todd Trimberger]
One of the highlights of the festival is the annual car show sponsored by the Old Bolts Car Club. This is the 5th year that older restored cars & trucks will be parked at the north end of 3rd Avenue. Local charities benefit from the proceeds generated by the car show. More than $8,000 has been awarded to a number of organizations over the years. To learn more about the car show go to www.oldboltscarclub.org An evening’s worth of dancing to music from Cold Hard Cash at the harvest moon celebration will close out another stellar event.