Celebrate the Fall Season at the Autumn Harvest Festival!

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St. Petersburg, FL (October 7, 2022) – Autumn has arrived! That means it’s time for the St. Petersburg Parks & Recreation Department’s Annual Autumn Harvest Festival. This year’s event is scheduled for Saturday, October 8, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Pinellas Pioneer Settlement at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve, 3010 31st St. S., St. Pete.

The festival offers an abundance of activities for participants of all ages to enjoy. Activities include crafts, food trucks, games, hayrides, music and more. Don’t miss the Pie Eating Contest sponsored by Village Inn. Admission to the festival is free. Activities at the festival require tickets, which will be available for purchase. This event is cash only.

All proceeds benefit the Pinellas Pioneer Settlement. Pets are not permitted. For more information about the event, contact the Boyd Hill Nature Preserve at 727-893-7326 or visit www.stpeteparksrec.org/eventcalendar. The event is cosponsored by the St. Petersburg Parks and Recreation Department and the Pinellas Pioneer Settlement, a nonprofit organization.

About the Boyd Hill Nature Preserve

Operated and maintained by the St. Petersburg Parks and Recreation Department, the 245-acre Boyd Hill Nature Preserve is home to Lake Maggiore Environmental Education Center, Pinellas Pioneer Settlement, the Terry Tomalin Campground and the Birds of Prey exhibit. The preserve offers a wide variety of educational programs and recreational services for all ages, including camps, classes, events, tours and trails. Visit www.boydhillpreserve.com to learn more. 

About the Pinellas Pioneer Settlement

The Pinellas Pioneer Settlement is a nonprofit, volunteer organization whose mission is to authentically recreate the lifestyles of the Pinellas County pioneers through education about the skills, crafts and social customs of early settlers. Located on Boyd Hill Nature Preserve, the Pinellas Pioneer Settlement is a living history museum experience where visitors can observe and take part in the customs of late 19th century life in West Central Florida.  Visit www.stpeteparksrec.org/pioneersettlement to learn more.