Harvest Homecoming Pins cost only $5.00. which is a great deal. You get a valuable coupon in every envelope redeemable at local establishments, and an entry form to be eligible to register for one of many great prizes (see back cover) to be given away on Sunday, October 9th.
Where can I get a Harvest Homecoming Pin?
Pins to on sale September 1st and will be available at financial institutions, Kroger, participating merchants, the Harvest Hoemoming Office and various Harvest Homecoming events. They may also be purchased during the festival at the Information and Souvenir Booths.
How do I register for the prizes?
Simply fill out the coupon in the pin envelope and drop it off at the Harvest Homecoming Office or at the Information or Souvenir Booths during Booth Days. Coupons must be turned in by 4:00 pm, Sunday, October 14th to be eligible for the Pin Prize drawing.
When is the Harvest Homecoming Office open and where is it located?
The office, located at 431 Pearl Street (on the corner of Pearl and Elm Streets), will be open from 12:00 pm until 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, beginning the day after Labor Day. For information you can visit our website at www.harvesthomecoming.com, or call the office at (812) 944-8572, or stop by and pick up an application for one of the various events being held during the festival.
How do I apply for a booth at the Harvest Homecoming?
To request booth space for the 2012 festival go to the "Applications" page on this site to download applications. Submit your application between January and May of 2012. If new application does not appear, use the previous years.
How can I ensure my safety during the festival?
Designate a meeting place should you become separated from your party. (The festival does not make announcements for lost or separated parties.) Do not bring pets, skateboards or bicycles into the downtown Booth area, Ride or Riverfront areas. Service animals are allowed. Be extra cautious when crossing the railroad tracks leading to the riverfront.
What is the difference between a "Sponsored By" event and a "Hosted By" event?
A "Sponsored By" event is organized and run by Harvest Homecoming. Proceeds (if any) go back to Harvest Homecoming to help fund future festivals. A "Hosted By" event is organized and run by the organization listed by the event information. Proceeds (if any) go to that organization. A fee is charged for the event to be listed in the Harvest Homecoming brochure.
How can my business become a sponsor for the Harvest Homecoming festival?
If your company or organization would like to learn more about the benefits of being a festival sponsor, call (812) 944-8572 for information. Community support is essential to the festival and ensures the continued success of Harvest Homecoming.