Harvest Sale

Harvest Sale Tradition  (1949-2013)

September 20, 2013
Food / Concession Stands Open by 5:00 p.m.
Music 6:15 p.m.
Auction 6:30 p.m.


Our first Harvest Sale was the “Blue Ribbon Sale,” held at the original schoolhouse on November 2, 1949 for the benefit of the school. School and community members purchased a Banty Rooster, homegrown vegetables and flowers, homemade breads and cakes.

    We hope you’ll be able to say you attended our 64th Harvest Sale on September 20, 2013 at Pleasant Valley Community Center. There you can buy your cold apple cider, warm doughnuts and cinnamon rolls, and stow them in your car. Then savor the students’ singing that opens the auction as you get in line for taco salad and fresh fruit to munch. Load up on homemade desserts, like pulled taffy, caramels, cookies, and fudge, then settle in to bid on handmade furniture, farm produce, handwoven rugs, floral arrangements, pumpkins, heavenly moon pies, the Black Walnut Cake, and the Red Beet Cake. You will have a memorable evening with our Amish and Mennonite community.

Making Apple Cider