The 20th annual Case-Barlow Farm Fall Harvest Fest set for Sept. 9 has been rescheduled to Sept. 23 from noon to 5 p.m.

The National Weather Service had issued a flood alert for the area Sept. 9.

The event has farm animals on display, games, garden tours, historical displays and many other demonstrations. The admission fee of $6 per child and $8 per adult covers the afternoon. Food will be available for purchase.

New this year, the Wood Shop Committee at Laurel Lake will demonstrate old-fashioned hand saws, planes and various tools used on the farm.

The 19th Ohio Light Artillery Civil War unit will be joined by Civil War musician Sue Wheeler. During the American Civil War, music played a prominent role on both sides of the conflict. Music was a diversion away from the bloodshed and tensions that came with fighting.

Info about the 100th anniversary of WWI and the restoration of the Hudson WWI monument will be presented.

Favorites returning include antique vehicles, duck races, candle making, Ride’em & Rope’em, hay wagon rides, pony rides, games and crafts. The Birds in Flight Raptor Center will showcase rescued wildlife birds and Herps Alive will offer an interactive reptile and amphibian experience not to be missed.

Farm house tours and demonstrations of weaving, penny rugs, quilling, chair canning, seat weaving, bread making and rug hooking will take place. The quilt show features various patterns and techniques.

Refreshments include hot dogs, cookies, snacks, ice cones, drinks and the famous Case-Barlow Root Beer Floats.