Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites

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Family Life: Staycation: Blueberry to Go Market Festival (July 18–26)

Baking competitions are just one part of the Blueberry to Go Market event in eastern Pennsylvania through July 26th. Carly Cheponis with Historic Bethlehem Museums and Sites tells us about the Moravian roots of Burnside Plantation and the numerous blueberry foods and…

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PBS 39: Tombler’s Bakery Prepares for Blueberry Fest After Business Closures Due to Coronavirus

If you're interested in tasting her sweet concoctions you can visit the blueberry festival at the Burnside Plantation Saturday and Sunday this weekend and again on July 25 and 26. Pre-orders for goods at the festival can be made at Historic…

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Morning Call: Burnside Plantation’s COVID-19 Blueberry Festival | PHOTOS

The annual Blueberry Festival at the Burnside Plantation in Bethlehem has been turning tongues blue for more than 33 years. With COVID-19, organizers had to make changes to the event by allowing on 250 people in the plantation per time…

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Morning Call: Getting ready for The Blueberry To Go Market | PHOTOS

ennifer Bender shows off a blueberry tart from Tombler’s Bakery. The Blueberry To Go Market Presented by Historic Bethlehem Museum & Sites at the Burnside Plantation in Bethlehem starts Saturday. The 9-day market will be open 10:00 am-6:00 pm to…

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WFMZ 69 News: Bethlehem hosts a sweet festival in a socially distanced way

BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- A longtime Bethlehem festival has bucked a pandemic trend. Many popular summer events in our area have either been cancelled or are going virtual, but the Blueberry Festival at Burnside Plantation is going strong. Read More

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WFMZ: Things to do: Bethlehem’s Blueberry Festival debuts to-go market

July means mouth-watering blueberry pie, blueberry strudel and blueberry ice cream at historic Bethlehem's Blueberry Festival, and those who love all things blueberry won't be disappointed, although the festival at Burnside Plantation will look a little different this year. Read More

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