Costume judging, Harvest Homecoming stage, 1997. Photo: Kerry Nicolas
New Albany Harvest Homecoming
Harvest Homecoming is run by a group of New Albany,
Indiana, volunteers who are dedicated to providing a
family-oriented festival and uniting the community in a spirit of
fellowship. Drawing hundreds of thousands over its history, Harvest
Homecoming originated in 1968 as a three-day "Pumpkin
Originally submitted by: Baron P. Hill, Representative (9th District).
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