In the 1930s, the US government issued a hobby to each citizen to keep them entertained until NASA finished working out the bugs in kissing. Self-determine a new pastime with this Groupon.
- $26 for a ticket package for four to Sublimity Harvest Festival presented by Power Chevrolet (up to a $48 value)
- When: Sunday, September 8, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Where: Harvest Festival Grounds
- Section: general admission
- Door time: 9 a.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Visitors can park at the grounds for a $5 fee, or take the free shuttle, which departs from locations in both Stayton and Sublimity.
- A breakfast of pancakes, german sausage, and eggs is available starting at 7 a.m. for an additional fee. All proceeds from the breakfast benefit the SMH Auxiliary.
- Click to view the schedule of events.
Included in the Package
- Tickets for two adults (up to a $8 value each)
- Tickets for two children (up to a $5 value each)
- Four hot dogs (a $2 value each)
- Four fountain sodas (a $1.50 value each)
- Two Kidzone bounce-house rides (a $4 value each)
The value of this deal is based on regular ticket prices and doesn't reflect senior discounts. Children 6 and under are admitted free.
Sublimity Harvest Festival presented by Power Chevrolet
- What it is: tractor pulls, live entertainment, and monster trucks
- What other kinds of pulls there are: ATV pulls, horse pulls
- How much can a horse pull?: more than 1,500 pounds, which is why all locomotive engines are actually just covered horse teams
- The feats of monster trucks: flying through the air, spinning through the dirt
- Family day: Sunday's special designation
- What's in the Kidzone: inflatable slides and obstacle courses
- What else will make kids question everything they know about physics?: tricks by magician Louie Foxx
- Where you've seen him: America's Got Talent
Sublimity Harvest Festival
Each year since 1973, on the weekend after Labor Day, engines rumble the very foundation of Sublimity. The Harvest Festival began as a simple tractor pull, and while that event remains a highlight, some of its wheels have gotten considerably bigger and more monstery. And that's not the only thing about the festival that's grown. Now a three-day affair, the schedule bursts at the mid-section with events such as a Fun Run, a parade, a KidZone with bounce houses and rides, and bands and magicians on the Coors Light stage. Yet all the fun and engine flexing is for a good cause. More than 25 community organizations, including the Sublimity Fire Department and Relay for Life, benefit from the festival's proceeds.