Harvest Fair Tradition / Ritual in Corive | World Anvil

Harvest Fair

In the fall, to celebrate the harvest of the year, a fair is organized to share ones' bounty with their less fortunate neighbors, as well as to compete among each other.
The other side of the Harvest Fair is the celebration of the crafts, where craftsmen and women showcase what they had made since the Spring Fair, and to sell the trophies of their labor.
The Harvest Fair is more about the harvest than the crafts, as the time from spring into the early days of winter keeps people outside their homes.
Contests include crop size, individual plant seed production, competitions akin to "My tree grew more apples than your tree," pie eating competitions, and competitions based on local industry (logging, herding, fishing).
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Cover image: by Lyraine Alei, Midjourney


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