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NEW ALBANY, Ind. (WDRB) -- It's October and that means it's time for the annual Harvest Homecoming in New Albany.
The 2012 Harvest Homecoming Festival's downtown food and craft booths open at noon on Thursday, Oct. 11. The booth area is located in downtown New Albany's business district and will be patrolled by officers from the New Albany Police Department in order to provide attendees with a safe and secure environment for family fun.
The event continues through the weekend until 5 p.m. Sunday.
The police department will have a command center stationed in the vicinity of the New Albany Farmers' Market located at the intersection Bank and East Market streets. The New Albany Fire Department will also have department members stationed alongside police personnel at the command center ready to handle any emergency that may arise.
Parents are urged to keep a close eyes on children since they could easily become lost in the crowds. If someone does become separated from a child, inform a police officer immediately, or call 911 for assistance. Any lost child that is discovered at the event will be escorted to the police department's command center.
Persons attending the event are asked to avoid over indulgence in alcohol and urged not to drink and drive.
In an effort to promote the responsible use of alcohol, Police Chief Sherri Knight will make a concerted effort to meet with the owners of establishments that serve alcohol in and around the festival venue. They will be encouraged to keep an eye out for anyone who appears to be bordering on over indulgence and asked to discontinue service to those individuals.