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Posted on: August 2, 2023

Downtown to be packed with fall fun for Harvest on Main

Harvest on Main

The City of Xenia is excited to once again host Harvest on Main in the heart of our historic downtown. This year's event will be on Saturday, October 14 from noon - 5 p.m. and will feature traditional fall fun.

The event footprint will include Main Street, which will be closed from King Street to Whiteman Street, and Detroit Street, which will be closed from Church Street to Second Street. This layout allows families safety to walk through downtown without vehicle traffic.

Harvest on Main

Visitors will be able to enjoy a full day of fun including a craft show featuring local artisans. The show, coordinated by the Flour Bake Shop, will be laid out along E. Main Street. (If you are a vendor interested in the craft show, please contact Kids will also have plenty to do including games, pumpkin decorating, a small petting zoo, and straw maze -- all of which are FREE. The popular pie eating contest will return in front of the Greene County Courthouse at the intersection of Main and Detroit Streets. The contest will begin at 3 p.m. and registration is now open. 

| Pie Contest Registration Form |

A farmer's market and a variety of food trucks will also be available to visitors. A full list of food trucks will be available at a later date. For food truck inquiries, contact MadCab Events

Harvest on Main is being held in conjunction with Xenia's Oktoberfest event in front of Devil Wind Brewing. Oktoberfest will begin at 12 p.m. and will feature live music and fun until 10 p.m. Detroit Street between Second and Third Streets will be closed for the Oktoberfest event. Visitors are encouraged to bring their own chairs as there will be limited seating available. Beverages from local breweries and wineries will be available throughout the event. Personal coolers will NOT be permitted.  Check out a full list of live music below.Oktoberfest 2023

Downtown Parking Options

There are several parking options for visitors in downtown. The map below highlights public lots which are free to use for residents and visitors.

Downtown Parking

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