ONTARIO — The town of Ontario Historical & Landmark Preservation Society’s Fall Harvest Festival will be held (rain or shine) at Heritage Square Museum, 7147 Ontario Center Road, Ontario on Saturday, Sept. 21 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Blue Ridge Country Ramblers will perform from 1 to 3 p.m. in the “amphitheatre” between the Warner House and the Apple Dry House. There will be a great variety of craft, antique and collectible vendors that include: Barbara Mason, hand painted decorative art; Colleen Roshia, glass/jewelry; Susan Rumfolo & Robin Evans, crochet/knitted items; Violet Canton, quilted table topers; Pines of Peace, cookbooks, soup, jewelry; Cynthia Leyrer, collectibles; Fred Woodworth, wood scroll work; Carol DeHond, felted items, pet toys; Kim Davis, American Girl doll clothes and doll furniture; Mary Sfikas, beaded jewelry; Laurie Dirkx, photo greeting cards and prints; Roxanna Jones, baby dolls, fleece, chemo hats; Julie WHittemore, painted saws; Shirley Lockwood-Kushall, glassware, jewelry, collectibles; Sandy Petersen, knitted clothing; Roger Legg, granite cutting boards, gourds; Paula Allesso, painting; Judy Wallman, fiber crafts; Tina Reed, fused glass. Also, the Harvest Festival will feature rides on the Ore Bed Express for kids. Kids games and pony rides available. There will be a bake sale and antique car display. Hot dogs and chili will be available for purchase. You may also take a tour of the Museum buildings. Listen to our own Katie McNally play the Seraphine in the Warner House. Don’t’ forget to visit the gift shop in Train Station. Heritage Square Museum is located at the corner of Ontario Center Road North and Brick Church Road, off Route 104 or Lake Road, Ontario. Sunday, Oct. 6, 1:30 to 4 p.m. is the last day for museum tours for the season. For more information or to schedule a private group or family tour by appointment contact Ann Welker, 524-9330. The museum will reopen again next May with the Spring Barn Sale.