Press Release – The Harvest Feast

Published by
October 19, 2015
Contact: Sheri Shields
(909) 790-TIME (8463)


Seasonal colonial food, fall contests, live music, and historical drama make for fantastic fall fun!

Riley’s Farm Theatre Company is proud to present their beloved autumnal dinner theatre event – The Harvest Feast – in scenic Oak Glen this November!  The Hawk’s Head Public House on Riley’s Farm will host the original production, which is directed by Nicholas Riley and set in the American colonies in the 1770s.  The Harvest Feast dinner event is held in a charming candle-lit colonial pub and features a farm-fresh feast, tomahawk throwing, live music and 18th century dancing, a toast contest, and interactive heart-warming historical drama.

Dinner at The Harvest Feast is served in traditional removes (or courses), and includes freshly baked Sally Lunn bread with pumpkin soup, apple cheddar muffins, corn chowder, bubble and squeak, savory English roast beef, and fresh apple dumplings for dessert.  Fans of “farm-to-table” fare will appreciate the rich flavors of the pumpkin soup that is made by local artisans in small batches with our Riley’s Farm-grown Cinderella pumpkins.  

In between removes, guests are given the opportunity to raise their pewter tankard high and offer up a toast for all to hear.  A warm spirit of gratitude fills the public house as guests share about the things that make them thankful, the people who support and inspire them, and their appreciation for the bounty of the harvest.  Old-fashioned activities and contests round out the jovial autumnal evening, and giant hand-dipped caramel apples and freshly baked five-pound apple pies are presented as prizes for the contest victors.

The Harvest Feast opens on Saturday, November 7th, 2015 at the Hawk’s Head Public House on Riley’s Farm (12261 S. Oak Glen Road, Oak Glen, CA 92399), with performances on November 18th, 19th, 24th, and 26th.  Saturday evening performances take place from 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM.  Friday evening performances take place from 7:00 PM until 10:00 PM.  Doors open 30 minutes prior to the event start time.  Tickets are available by calling (909) 790-8463 or via the web at   Tickets for adults are $48 per person, and children’s tickets (age 3-12) are $43.  Admission includes dinner, dessert, live music and 18th century dancing, contests and old-fashioned activities, and staged drama (including a duel) in scenic Oak Glen.  Fine wine, hard ciders, ales and beer are available at an additional cost.  Reservations are required for this event.  Parking is free.


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