CSI's Harvest Festival Continues Sunday
Twin Falls, Idaho (KMVT-TV) "We've got a couple of booths that have these beautiful antique glass bird feeders, we've got beautiful handmade quilts that you can just see they put a lot of heart and soul in there. We've got a lot of silver spoon and jewelry. So silver spoon made jewelry, glass holders, chimes, um we've also got some handmade candy, fudge and a lot of pottery and wood work," adds Dianne Jolovich, CSI DECA program.
More than 170 vendors have packed the College of Southern Idaho Expo Center. This weekend marks the annual Harvest Time Festival featuring vendors from Utah, Oregon, California, Idaho, among other states.
The college's DECA organization puts on the event with proceeds going towards their competitions.
If you missed it on Saturday, don't worry, the festival continues Sunday from ten to four. Admission is two dollars, while children 12 and under get in for free.