In old times farmers celebrated the end of the harvest with a big meal, giving thanks to God for the food grown on the land.
Though held at various times throughout the world, common features of Harvest Day are singing, contests, kids' activities, farmers' market and the most important, eating.
This year Harvest day was held in my town on 1-2 October, Saturday and Sunday, organized by the City.
On Saturday farmers offered their product for a better price (for buyers) than on other days. In the evening, there were fireworks and all kind of entertainment.
Here are a few photos taken on Sunday evening:
Children love these water walking balls, though they are laying most of the time not walking.
Barbeque is adults' playground, very yummy! I was not happy with all the suffocating smoke but I just had to try some of these goodies.
Supermarkets and malls are decorated for this day too, being aware that most of us have our crops on their "fields".
Happy Harvest Day everyone!