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  Historic Cane Hill Harvest Festival Held Annually 3rd Weekend September
Learn About Ozarks Arts and Crafts,   Sorghum.  The Parade is at 10 a.m.
Cane Hill farm, north side of Cane Hill River, Cane Hill, Arkansas
State Highway 45   Cane Hill History
Historic Cane Hill Harvest Festival
Official Website
Cane Hill, Arkansas
USA 72717
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7AM - 10AM Hearty Ozark Breakfast
10AM Main Street Parade


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Cane Hill Farms, Cane Hill, Washington County, Arkansas Historic Cane Hill Harvest Festival is held during 3rd weekend of Septembe
 The Historic Cane Hill Harvest Festival offers a hardy Ozark Breakfast The Cane Hill Museum is now located inside the large brick College building
   Historic Cane Hill Harvest Festival is held during 3rd weekend of September.
The GPS coordinates are - (latitude and longitude)    35° 54' 39.81" N     94° 23' 51.57" W

    The Historic Cane Hill Harvest Festival offers a hardy Ozark Country Breakfast (7AM 'til 10AM - all you can eat).  The Cane Hill Museum and store are located inside the large brick College building.  Schedule includes, a Parade at 10:00am on Saturday, quilt show and raffle. Watch history come alive with a presentation by the Washington County Historical Society's Heritage School.  And watch locals as they demonstrate making lye soap, hominy and sorghum molasses.

Read about the history of the Cane Hill College:

Cane Hill College, the first collegiate institution of learning established in Arkansas.
Read more on the Encyclopedia of Arkansas here
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    Live music (Bluegrass on Saturday, Gospel on Sunday), arts and crafts, food vendors (including a Bean Dinner served at the College), kids games, parade and other quality events take place at the Historic Cane Hill Harvest Festival.  The Lincoln High School Band plays in the parade.  Antique tractors and other automobiles are in the parade and will be on display.  Handmade sorghum molasses and apple butter are available.

For information from Wikipedia:   Sorghum.


   The Harvest Festival has many worthy gifts for sale such as wind chimes, jewlery, porch decore, cookies and snacks made from sorghum molasses, wreathes, Civil War history, candles, homemade cookies, pork rins , kettle corn, lye soap, butter making, apple butter, ice cream, pie, clothes, cloth bags, hand made pillows, quilts, shaws, wraps, hats, knitted doggie pancho, big hardy (bacon, egg, biscuits 'n gravy, and pancakes - all you can eat) breakfast, bar-b-que, beef, Brisket, and pork... Watch the parade with friends and family.


3rd weekend of September
Cane Hill Farms, Cane Hill, Washington County, Arkansas Cane Hill farm, Cane Hill, Washington County, Arkansas
Cane Hill Farms, Cane Hill, Washington County, Arkansas Cane Hill College, the first collegiate institution of learning established in Arkansas.
 
Cane Hill History
More Great Information: Encyclopedia of Arkansas


    Arts, Crafts, and more! Come check us out  
There's a great show of antique tractors, and automobiles.
sorghum molasses made just before your eyes!
Buy Kettle Corn and other Concessions at your convenience on the Fairgrounds!
Cane Hill Undershot harvest festival, Cane Hill, Washington County, Arkansas Historic Cane Hill , Cane Hill, Washington County, Arkansas
Cane Hill Undershot harvest festival, Washington County, Arkansas Historic Cane Hill , Cane Hill, Washington County, Arkansas
Cane Hill Undershot harvest festival, Washington County, Arkansas Historic Cane Hill , Cane Hill, Washington County, Arkansas
Cane Hill Undershot harvest festival, Washington County, Arkansas Historic Cane Hill , Cane Hill, Washington County, Arkansas
Recognition of creditable information:1834–1858: Cane Hill School.” University of the Ozarks.

    http://www.ozarks.edu/about/history/canehillschool.asp (accessed August 22, 2006).

“1858–1891: Cane Hill College.” University of the Ozarks.

   http://www.ozarks.edu/about/history/canehillcollege.asp (accessed August 22, 2006).


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