Inaugural Harvest Festival is for the dogs

On Oct. 26, Fulton’s first Harvest Festival will close out the year’s series of farmers’ markets in the Brick District and raise money and goods for the Callaway County Humane Society.

“I knew I wanted to do something extra special for the end of the farmers’ market,” said Danielle Warren of Well Read Books.

Warren has played an instrumental role in brining the farmers’ market to the Brick District and serves as a liaison between the farmers, artisans and craft-makers for the market.

“Angel said that they were looking to do a big annual fundraising event, so it seemed like a great idea for a joint event,” Warren said.

Angel Blankenship, a member of the Friends of the Callaway County Humane Society has spearheaded the event from the CCHS standpoint.

“We were looking for a fundraiser type of event to do in the community, so I mentioned it to Danielle who took it to the Brick District Association, and it went fro there,” Blankenship said.

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