ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WDHN) — The Enterprise Farmer’s Market hosted its ‘Fall Harvest Day’ on Saturday morning.
Visitors welcomed the fall season by enjoying seasonal produce, local honey, baked goods, and handmade crafts.
The event was traditionally called ‘Peanut Day’, but this year the event was expanded to celebrate some crops grown in the fall, including corn, potatoes, greens, squash, and cotton.
Adults and children enjoyed homemade peanut butter tasting, corn hole games, a peanut picking contest, a potato sack race, and the fall harvest treat walk.
One local business owner reflected on why she enjoys the harvest day each year.
“It’s great for advertising our business, but also we meet so many in the community that comes out as soon as they see a big event we meet everyone from Enterprise, Opp, New Brockton just everyone around in Coffee County,” owner of Farmhouse Jams Glynis Kimbrough said. “And it has just been really, really good for our business, and we’ve enjoyed coming out here all the time.”
If you missed out this year, don’t worry, you can enjoy the fall fun at harvest day next year.