Yeah, that's what I said. Harvesting for me means pulling up my beets and carrots, cleaning up my compost, and tying up my dried cornstalks to the lamp posts. Apparently, harvesting in 1627 meant something a bit different. Come celebrate the 4th Annual Harvest Festival this weekend at Plimoth Plantation. This old village has hands-on experiences for the whole family. Knead the dough and bake the bread, plait the corn [bunch it up], thresh the peas [beat the husks], and enjoy corn husk doll-making or mishoon burning with the experts. All activities are a part of the Native Wampanoag and English colonists' day to day harvest season chores and fun.