Fall fest returns to Richardson with fun for the whole family — pups included
Celebrate all things fall when Huffhines Harvest Fest returns to Richardson October 21-22.
Formerly known as Huffhines Art Trails, this free two-day festival takes over Huffhines Park in Richardson, just minutes north of Dallas.
Celebrating its 48th anniversary, the show has grown to become one of the most beloved arts and crafts shows in North Texas and is a fall tradition for many. Bring the whole family plus your furry sidekicks.
Here's what you can expect:
Paws up for Pawtoberfest
Activities on Saturday, October 21, include dog-centric vendors, crafts, costume contests, the Great Ball Hunt, and much more. Your furry best friend is sure to have a blast.
Fall family fun
Visit the new pumpkin patch, create unique crafts, dress up a scarecrow, navigate the corn maze, make new friends in the petting zoo, or participate in a variety of fall activities, including a family costume contest and parade on Sunday. This is also the ideal backdrop for family photos.
Get a jump on shopping
Wind your way through the trails of marketplace vendors and meet a whimsical array of local makers, curators, artisans, and creative talent. It's never too early to start your holiday gift-gathering!
Music and munchies
Live music will carry throughout the park from two stages featuring your favorite local musicians. It's the perfect background for a enjoying cold beverage in the beer garden or a tasty fall treat from the food vendors.
Huffhines Harvest Fest is held at 1500 Apollo Rd. and is free to attend. It runs 10 am-6 pm on Saturday and 10 am-5 pm on Sunday.
View a full list of vendors, performers, and activities by visiting huffhinesharvestfest.com.