St. Vincent and Sarah Fisher Center hosts first annual Harvest Festival

DETROIT - Michimich -- Residents looking for a great family event this fall are invited to join local Detroit non-profit St. Vincent and Sarah Fisher Center ( (SVSF) for their first ever Harvest Festival.

The family-friendly party is planned for Saturday, Oct. 14 from 1-4 p.m., at SVSF's main location on Lappin Street in Detroit. Organizers said the Harvest Festival promises an afternoon of fun for all ages, including a Kids Costume Contest with prizes; fun food, treats, and beverages; and Arts and Crafts Activities.

"Moving to our own location on Lappin Street has given us so many opportunities to reach out to the local community. We wanted to provide the children of our neighborhood with an opportunity to get dressed up and safely get their 'treats,' while creating an afternoon of memories," said Diane Renaud, SVSF's Executive Director/CEO. "We're excited for this harvest festival to become a yearly tradition for everyone to enjoy."

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St. Vincent and Sarah Fisher Center is located at 14061 Lappin St., Detroit, MI, 48205. For more information on attending or sponsoring this event, please visit

About St. Vincent and Sarah Fisher Center: St. Vincent and Sarah Fisher Center began in 1844 as St. Vincent's Academy in Detroit, a kindergarten for orphaned children. With over 175 years of service, the organization has grown and evolved and continues to fulfill its mission of serving at-risk families by providing free, personalized educational support for children and adults. These programs are designed to help build self-sufficiency skills for academic and employment success, personal achievement and dignity. Visit to learn more.

Source: St. Vincent and Sarah Fisher Center

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