Interview: What to expect at 2019 Twin Cities Harvest Festival

Updated: September 23, 2019 08:26 AM

The Twin Cities Harvest Festival in Brooklyn Park is making its return for the 10th year in a row. 

Open now through Oct. 27, the festival has something for everybody. From food on a stick to animal races, the attractions are sure to excite people of all ages.


Bear Bouwman, the festival owner's son and festival zookeeper Kalley Bazille sat down with KSTP's Brandi Powell to chat about the festivities, which include a corn maze dedicated to and in partnership with the Minnesota Lynx.

Watch the full interview in the box above.

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