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seats in special section in front of the
Comcast Stage and more!
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SKELLY'S FAMILY FRIENDLY AMUSEMENTS
Unlimited Rides •
$20 per person
6-10 PM FRIDAY
NOON - 5 PM
SAT. & SUN.
$40 - per person
"All Weekend - All Times"
Ride the rides all festival hours, all 3
ENTER BY SEPT 24
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Home Improvement Expo
All 3 Days on Festival grounds.
Arts, Crafts Community and Business
All Three Days
Vendor registrations now being accepted.
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Deerfield Township Harvest Festival
Oct. 6, 2012 at NOON
the start time and day of the week!
Parade Passes Festival from about 12:15 to 1:15 PM
harvest festival parade is one of the area's best. It begins at the
intersection of Bridgeton and Morton Avenues at 12 noon It travels
down Morton Avenue to Rosenhayn Fire Hall and the festival site. The first
entries reach the festival area at 12:15 p.m. This year, groups from
throughout South Jersey will join the fun to help celebrate farming. See floats, hear music from various
bands, and enjoy cars,
trucks and farm equipment of all kinds.
The parade features area high school bands Deerfield's Farmer
of the Year and past farmers of the year are special guests in the parade.
Other entries include farm equipment, marching groups, costumed
characters, clowns, and fire and rescue vehicles from throughout South
Entries are welcome.
High school bands receive $500 to
help cover expenses for entering the parade.
Home-made Floats will compete for cash prizes. $300 first
prize, $200 second prize, $100 third prize.
Floats may not be professionally built for
All other categories compete for
trophies and/or certificates.
Entries except Antique / Customer Cars,
Fire and Rescue Vehicles and Farm Tractors are to report to the the parade
staging area at Deerfield Township School by 11 AM.
For Antique / Custom Cars, Fire and Rescue
Vehicles and Farm Tractors
Note: You may
pre-register or register the day of the parade.
Registration and Pre-Judging is 10 AM to 11:30 AM
Shiloh Avenue in Rosenhayn, street next to the railroad
crossing, south side of the rail line.
If you have any questions regarding this division of
the parade call John O'Brien, 856-455-8237.
For the safety of parade
watchers and children, candy may be handed out along the parade route by
along the parade route but may
not be thrown from vehicles or