Living Local harvests fun

Photo by Michael Cummo

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Local food, artwork, music, and animals came together with an environmental twist on Saturday at the Living Local Harvest Festival at the Ag Hall in West Tisbury. Inside the Ag Hall, vendors such as Not Your Sugar Mamas, 7a Foods, Offshore Ale, and more offered samples of their goods while information booths held demonstrations on everything from green energy to 3D viewing devices for turn of the century black and white photos. Workshops focused on food, seed saving, herbal rememdies and more, while outdoors, guests could carve a pumpking, pet an alpaca, or purchase a lunch from Loco Taco, The Kitchen Porch, or Morning Glory Farm. Live music and dancing continued into the evening as background to a community potluck.