Dacusville Farm Days = The End of Summer


Little Cole Watson is having a blast with his family at Farm Days, a two-day community event held annually over the Labor Day weekend in Dacusville. Farm Days celebrated their fifth year with thousands of visitors descending to the Upstate to check out the hundreds of antique tractors, hayrides, skilled craftsmen demonstrations, food, arts and crafts, classic cars and even a 1910 steam engine. “It’s the end of Summer,” said Fuller Hollowade from Pickens. “You go to Farm Days and then in a little while you go to the Pumpkintown Festival. That’s how you know that Summer is over and it’s time to start thinking about Fall.” Farm Days drew record numbers this year, according to the event organizers and personnel on site, many attributing the high turnout to cooperative weather and “an early Clemson kick-off.” Farm Days will return in 2018. For more photos, see page 9.


Kasie Strickland | The Sentinel-Progress

Little Cole Watson is having a blast with his family at Farm Days, a two-day community event held annually over the Labor Day weekend in Dacusville. Farm Days celebrated their fifth year with thousands of visitors descending to the Upstate to check out the hundreds of antique tractors, hayrides, skilled craftsmen demonstrations, food, arts and crafts, classic cars and even a 1910 steam engine. “It’s the end of Summer,” said Fuller Hollowade from Pickens. “You go to Farm Days and then in a little while you go to the Pumpkintown Festival. That’s how you know that Summer is over and it’s time to start thinking about Fall.” Farm Days drew record numbers this year, according to the event organizers and personnel on site, many attributing the high turnout to cooperative weather and “an early Clemson kick-off.” Farm Days will return in 2018. For more photos, see page 9.

Little Cole Watson is having a blast with his family at Farm Days, a two-day community event held annually over the Labor Day weekend in Dacusville. Farm Days celebrated their fifth year with thousands of visitors descending to the Upstate to check out the hundreds of antique tractors, hayrides, skilled craftsmen demonstrations, food, arts and crafts, classic cars and even a 1910 steam engine. “It’s the end of Summer,” said Fuller Hollowade from Pickens. “You go to Farm Days and then in a little while you go to the Pumpkintown Festival. That’s how you know that Summer is over and it’s time to start thinking about Fall.” Farm Days drew record numbers this year, according to the event organizers and personnel on site, many attributing the high turnout to cooperative weather and “an early Clemson kick-off.” Farm Days will return in 2018. For more photos, see page 9.
http://www.sentinelprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web1_433.jpgLittle Cole Watson is having a blast with his family at Farm Days, a two-day community event held annually over the Labor Day weekend in Dacusville. Farm Days celebrated their fifth year with thousands of visitors descending to the Upstate to check out the hundreds of antique tractors, hayrides, skilled craftsmen demonstrations, food, arts and crafts, classic cars and even a 1910 steam engine. “It’s the end of Summer,” said Fuller Hollowade from Pickens. “You go to Farm Days and then in a little while you go to the Pumpkintown Festival. That’s how you know that Summer is over and it’s time to start thinking about Fall.” Farm Days drew record numbers this year, according to the event organizers and personnel on site, many attributing the high turnout to cooperative weather and “an early Clemson kick-off.” Farm Days will return in 2018. For more photos, see page 9. Kasie Strickland | The Sentinel-Progress
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