HEADLAND, Ala. (WDHN) — Many people filled the square enjoying the Harvest Day Festival Saturday — a tribute to local farmers and the harvest season.
It was the 48th annual event and of course it was filled with fun such as children games and rides, arts and crafts, live entertainment and food vendors, and even a classic car show.
Although it was a pretty warm day, it didn’t stop the residents of Headland from coming out and taking on the town.
“To support harvest day and have fun and eat,” Abree Graham said.
The event was organized by the Headland Chamber of Commerce. If you missed out on the fun-filled time, the next one will take place during October next year.