After the rubber duckies race on Woods Pond on Saturday, Sept. 29, head on over to the annual Harvest Fest in Bay Spring.
The Friends of the Bay Spring Community Center are hosting their annual event from 4 to 7 pm. It raises money for the community center in the remodeled fire station at 170 Narragansett Ave.
There will be plenty of food to savor, including Blount soups, Olga's bread, Wildflour cookies, cheese, and cider, said Sydney Monstream-Quas of the community center.
There will be plenty of live music playing throughout the festival. Indeed, the Bay Spring Community Center is noted for its Local Brew coffeehouses that feature Barrington, East Bay and other regional performers.
There will be a raffle with items that include gift cards or baskets from Wildflour Vegan Bakery, Brickyard Wine & Spirits, Grapes and Grains, Soiree, Debra Mann (piano lesson), the Coffee Exchange, and many more, she said.
Raffle tickets are $1 apiece or 6 for $5.
The kids aren't being ignored either.
"Face painting and games will be occurring for the little ones," said Monstream-Quas.
The cost of the Harvest Fest is only $5 per person. Children 5 and under can particpate for free.