34TH Annual DECA Harvest Fest Takes Over CSI Expo Center


By Joey Martin

Twin Falls, Idaho (KMVT-TV) The College of Southern Idaho's 34th annual DECA Harvest Festival took over the Eldon Evans Expo Center Friday morning and has made arrangements to stay for the entire weekend.

The largest event of its kind in the state of Idaho and around the Northwest Region, this one–time small crafts fair has, over the past 34 years has turned into a powerhouse of hand–made crafts, amazing foods and tons of fun.

The three day show features and array of products ranging from metal work, log furniture, jewelry, art work, home decor and much more.

Over 200 vendors have made their way to
Twin Falls from all over the western United States including; Idaho, Utah, Montana, Washington, Wyoming, Oregon and even California

“We’ve really built a community event there we’re really proud of. Our students plan out the advertising, they mark the ground and they really learn important life skills to take into business for themselves. We’ve had vendors here for 34 years, we’ve got new vendors that are always excited to come in. so we’re really happy. we’re really please that this is a successful event and our students worked really hard to make it a success.”

Tickets for the festival are on sale at the door for the price of only $2 a person and all children under the age of 10 are free.

Doors will open up again on Saturday the 10th at 9 in the morning and will run all day until 7.

Then again on Sunday the 11th from 10AM to 4 in the afternoon.

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