A Day of Harvest


Fall has arrived in downtown Greenville with the annual A Day of Harvest event, held on Saturday, October 5th.

Overflow your senses with fall favorites found in downtown Greenville! Be sure to check out all of the fall inspired items in the quaint shops and restaurants; including unique home decor, cozy fall fashions, and delicious autumn flavors!

An array of activities will be planned to tempt everyone’s interest. The schedule for the day includes the following: 

9 am - 11 am
First Friday: Chocolate Walk Tickets go on sale at The Darke County Welcome Center

9 am - 1 pm
Downtown Greenville Farmers’ Market - in front of the courthouse

11 am - 1 pm
Chili Cook-Off - Multiple Stops around downtown. Sample the businesses' chili and vote for your favorite. Winner gets bragging rights!

11 am - 1 pm
Pumpkin Decorating Contest at Sadie Grace Boutique. Carve it! Paint it! Decorate it! Be creative! Drop your pumpkins off at Sadie Grace by 11:00 am. Judging begins at 1:00 pm.

Noon - 2 pm
Fall themed kids craft available at Darke County Welcome Center. Make your own coffee filter watercolor turkey to take home!

9 am - 4 pm
Pay It Forward shopping continues - Businesses participating in the "Pay It Forward" event will be selecting a charity or non-profit to which a portion of their proceeds from the day will be donated. The community is invited to get a jump start on holiday shopping and take pride in knowing that their purchases are not only supporting small local businesses, but going on to help charitable organizations carry out their missions. A full list of participating businesses and their chosen charities will be available on the Main Street Greenville Facebook page. 


Also, many businesses will offer fall specials or features. For more info, please visit the organization on Facebook or at their website, www.MainStreetGreenville.org. Main Street Greenville is a non-profit organization that supports downtown Greenville through stimulating and supporting revitalization efforts, historic preservation and economic growth.  You can contact the organization at 421 S. Broadway or by phone at 937-548-4998.