Saturday, September 29th & Sunday, September 30th

New Dates! (actually, back to the old dates)

Our Mission

Our mission is to promote and develop the history and character of the village of Corrales through a yearly educational and recreational event that showcases the local agriculture, merchants, artwork, performing arts and historic culture. We support organizations and activities meeting the agricultural, civic and social needs of the community of Corrales

Event Overview

The Corrales Harvest Festival is a two day event that takes place each year throughout the village of Corrales during the last weekend in September. The Festival had been held continuously since 1985. Traffic through Corrales is restricted during the event to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for our guests.

Organization

The Corrales Harvest Festival is organized and managed by the Kiwanis Club of Corrales Foundation, Inc., a non-profit corporation organized under the laws of the state of New Mexico. Board and Committee members serve without compensation of any kind.

Parking

Corrales is a small village with many intersecting small roads and many do not allow parking. Please adhere to the event signs and use designated parking areas. Designated parking areas are located a short distance from tractor stops on the Haywagon route, (“Corrales Not-So-Rapid-Transit”) which will transport Festival attendees to all Festival venues.

About Corrales

Corrales is distinguished by its broad green pastures and orchards, its rich historic and artistic character, and of course the sounds and scents of roosters, cows, horses and sheep. To cross the borders into Corrales is to step into another time and place where the stresses of twenty-first century life give way to the grace and pace of another era. The Corrales Harvest Festival celebrates the history and people that have made Corrales the charming village that it is today.

The Festival began in 1985 with hayrides during the fall harvest. Over the years, other farms, businesses and restaurants began to participate, enlarging the festival from 800 to over 10,000 visitors.