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Blueberry Festival & Market To Go


Thank you for joining us for the
35th Anniversary Blueberry Festival!

Mark your calendars for the 9th Annual Apple Days

Saturday and Sunday, September 17 & 18, 2022
Market To-Go Pick up Monday, September 19, 2022

Thank you to all our partners, vendors, demonstrators, businesses, sponsors, and volunteers who made
the 35th Annual Blueberry Festival a success! Learn more about them by clicking through the links below.

Programming:

Pony Rides (with ticket) – July 16 & 17

Petting Zoo – July 16 & 17

Read to Therapy Dogs – July 16 & 17, 11:00-5:00

Canine Agility Demonstrations – July 16 & 17

Wildlife Conservancy Demonstrations with Live Animals – July 17, 10:00-4:00

Birds of Prey Demonstration by Hawk Mountain Sanctuary – June 17, 10:30 am on the Community Stage

Docent Tours – July 16 & 17: Visitors get to learn about the unique history of the farm and visit the 1748/1818 house, colonial garden, and summer kitchen, 1841 barn and very unusual high horsepower wheel that are not typically open to the general public.

Baking Competition – Adults: July 16 at 2:15, Kids: July 17 at 2:15

Pie Eating Contests – Adults and Kids: July 16 & 17 at 2:15

Live Music:

Temple Avenue Jazz: July 16, 10:00 am on the Brewery Stage

Andrew Dunn: July 16, 10:30 am on the Community Stage

Seth Witcher Trio: July 16, 11:15 am on the Brewery Stage

Rick Weaver: July 16, 12:00 pm on the Community Stage

Dave Fry: July 16, 1:00 pm on the Community Stage

Acoustic Mayhem: July 16, 2:30 pm on the Brewery Stage

Rachel Marie: July 16, 4:00 pm on the Brewery Stage

Miriam Clancy & Jack Murray: July 16, 4:30 pm on the Community Stage

Seth Witcher (solo): July 16, 6:00 pm on the Community Stage

Magnolia Sadies Vintage Dancers: July 17, 10:00 am on the Brewery Stage

Colin Wolf - Smooth Retina Glow: July 17, 11:15 am on the Brewery Stage

Nick Franclik: July 17, 12:00 pm on the Community Stage

The Beautiful Distortion (acoustic): July 17, 1:00 pm on the Brewery Stage

Rio Bossa: July 17, 2:15 pm on the Brewery Stage

Noah Gibney: July 17, 3:15 pm on the Community Stage

Jack Murray & Blue Tarp Wranglers: July 17, 3:30 pm on the Brewery Stage

Free Reeds: July 17, 4:45 pm on the Community Stage

Big Wahu Caribbean Band: July 17, 5:00 pm on the Brewery Stage

Let's Go Blueberry Festival, Burnside Plantation 2018

Thank You to Our 2022 Sponsors

MAJOR SPONSOR

Crafter Village

Transportation Sponsor

Community Stage Sponsor

Lehigh Valley Press

COMMUNITY SPONSORS

Blueberry Brewery Sponsor

CR&Y Public Accountants

Take Home Dessert Tent Sponsor

Kid's Tent Sponsor

HBMS Sponsor Tri Outdoor

Information Tent Sponsors

B104WAEB

SUPPORTING SPONSORS

Colonial Garden Sponsor

Lehigh Valley Health Network

Pie Eating Contest Sponsor

Service Electric Cable TV & Communications

Blueberry Baking Contest Sponsor

WDIY

PATRON SPONSOR

Colonial House & Barn Tour Sponsor

Special Events Tent Rental

FRIEND SPONSORS

Coca Cola

Herc Rentals

Lehigh Valley Style

Moravian University

Wegman's

ULINE

Harry C. Trexler Trust

This event is supported in part by
the Harry C. Trexler Trust grant.

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