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RESOURCE LIST: Strawberry Festivals and Farms

RESOURCE LIST: Strawberry Festivals and Farms
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by in May 2012

Strawberry festivals are a New England tradition that date back to the 1800s. They celebrate the harvest of this sweet berry, whose appearance unofficially kicks off our warmest season. Join in festivities or find a farm in the area where you can pick your own and take home the taste of summer.

A 2013 Sampling of Strawberry Festivals Around New England

Connecticut

June 1 First Congregational Church Strawberry Jazz Festival
Madison Town Common
fccmadison.org/ourevents.htm

June 14 Lyman Orchards Strawberry Fest
Middlefield
lymanorchards.com/events/summer.shtml

June 15 New Horizons Village Strawberry Festival & Craft Fair
Union
newhorizonsvillage.com/html/next_year-s_festival.html

June 15-16 Monroe Congregational Church Strawberry Festival, Craft & Fine Art Show
Monroe Town Green
mcc-ucc.org/page4.php

Maine

June 29 South Berwick Strawberry Festival
South Berwick
southberwickstrawberryfestival.com

Massachusetts

June 8 Topsfield Historical Society Strawberry Festival
Topsfield Town Common
topsfieldhistory.org/strawberry/index.shtml

June 15 Strawberries & Art
Westford Town Common
middlesexdesign.com/strawberry/

June 22 Verrill Farm Strawberry Festival
Concord
verrillfarm.com/events.html

New Hampshire

June 1 30th Annual Strawberry Festival!
Windham High Schoo
flowwindham.org/#!strawberry-festival/c158d

Rhode Island

June 15 Smith’s Castle Strawberry Festival
North Kingstown
http://www.smithscastle.org/whats_new/text/whats_now.htm

Vermont

June 30 Cedar Circle Farm Annual Strawberry Festival
East Thetford
cedarcirclefarm.org/events

June 28th Burke Area Chamber of Commerce Strawberry Festival
East Burke
burkevermont.com/strawberry-festival.php

Links to Find Strawberry Farms & Pick-Your-Own Locations

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