The Heath Harvest Fest has some rich history dating before 1956 with carnival rides on the courthouse lawn, a bean soup dinner at the city park and a well attended parade down main street. In the mid 90’s a group of citizens took the helm of the festival and changed the name from the Robinson Fall Festival to the Heath Harvest Festival now know as the Heath Harvest Fest. The history of the Heath candy bar is well represented at the festival and parade today. Over 100 vendors spaces with arts and crafts, food booths and informational booths fill the downtown square. Added events include a car show, entertainment, parade, toffee demonstrations, free will donation soup supper and a beer garden.