Rochester, New York – We are in one of the best seasons. It’s officially the peak of fall festival season, and the Ibero-American League of Rochester held its Harvest Fest on Saturday at Conkey Corner Park and El Camino Trail in the city.
The family event included live music, free pumpkins, and a “trail or treat” for the kids on El Camino Trail.
“This festival has been a community activity for over a decade, and it’s just a great way at this time of year on a great day like today, to get out and enjoy the weather, and each other, in the community,” said Gay Mills, Executive Director, Genesee Land Trust.
The annual Harvest Fest is now in its 12th year.