I hate that old expression "All good things must come to an end"...

...I've always countered back with "Well then why does it have to?" There is a marvelous group of people who have provided Bismarck and Mandan with terrific entertainment and vendors for all ages  A staple here in BisMan for providing a comfortable atmosphere for people to relieve stress, listen to some good music, and visit all the vendors that are there. This past summer Urban Harvest was at the corner of 4th and Broadway - on Thursdays - starting at 11:00 a.m. and going all the way to 8 p.m. This has been their tradition for 18 years, but it's now over for good.

A wonderful heartfelt "goodbye" on their Facebook page

"All good things must come to an end"  - that rings true here in BisMan. Here is what the Urban Harvest posted yesterday afternoon:

Dear Urban Harvest Supporters,

"We want to thank you for 18 wonderful seasons of Urban Harvest. Ever since our organization was founded in 2005, we have been dedicated to providing a place where local people can enjoy local artists, local performers, and produce from local farmers. Much has changed over the past two decades, and we are thrilled that there are so many more avenues for local talent to be celebrated in the Bismarck-Mandan area.

We appreciate all of the support we have received from the community over the years. After long consideration, we have decided to disband Urban Harvest as an organization"
From all of Bismarck and Mandan, THANK YOU goes out to all who were involved with Urban Harvest from the past to the present day - Thank you for bringing good cheer and hospitality to all of us.

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