DelGrosso’s Amusement Park Season Finale!!
29th Annual Harvestfest Takes Place September 26th & 27th
Tipton, Pennsylvania – The temperatures are dropping, the leaves are changing, and autumn is in the air. The area’s premier fall festival is gearing up for another exciting season finale at DelGrosso’s Amusement Park.
Harvestfest takes place on Saturday and Sunday, September 26 & 27, 2015. The park grounds open at 8am, craft and food vendor shopping begins at 10am, and the rides open at 11am both days. A $6 Admission includes rides and entertainment.
Harvestfest will feature more than 150 craft and food vendors. Fall food favorites like ham & bean soup, apple butter, apple dumplings, pierogis, and much more are all on the menu.
On the main stage, the Harvestfest visitors will be entertained by The Magic Trunk Ventriloquist Sylvia Fletcher with performances at 2pm, 4pm and 6pm Saturday and then Noon, 2pm and 4pm on Sunday.
Granpa Cratchet will have puppet shows on the midway stage both days at 1pm, 3pm and 5pm.
Local artist Dennie Huber will entertain with magic and balloons near Murf’s Kitchen at 1:30pm, 2:30pm and 4:00pm each day.
For Harvestfest visitors who like to visit with four-legged friends, a petting zoo is also going to be set up in the park.
History enthusiasts can take a walk back in time by touring the Civil War Encampment located at the Tipton Creek Railroad area in the park. Cannons will signal the start of the shows each day at Noon, 2:30pm and 4pm.
On Sunday, visitors can enjoy the Antique Auto Club of America Car Show on the front lawn of DelGrosso Foods.
“This fall festival is a showcase for fantastic food, creative crafts and wonderful entertainment,” says Carl Crider, Jr., General Manager and President of DelGrosso’s Amusement Park. “We will have wood carvers, pumpkin decorating and even an antique car show on Sunday. Harvestfest has a little something for everyone!”
About: DelGrosso’s Amusement Park of Tipton, PA has been owned and operated by the DelGrosso Family since 1946 when Ferdinand (Fred) and Mafalda (Murf) DelGrosso purchased the land and attractions. Known as “Bland’s Park” until 2000, the DelGrosso’s have continued to emphasize Fred’s original vision of “Old Fashion Fun at Family Prices.” The park has become famous for “America’s Best Amusement Park Food,” and has been featured in national publications and media, including “Every Day With Rachael Ray” and the Food Network TV show, “Unwrapped.” The DelGrosso Family also owns and operates DelGrosso Foods, which is America’s oldest major family-owned producer of pasta sauce, and Marianna Foods, which helps area organizations in their fundraising efforts. Info at www.delgrossos.com.