Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites Announces 37th Annual Blueberry Festival & Market To Go

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This year’s Blueberry Festival calls local vendors to join the summer event. 
BETHLEHEM, Pa. (June 4, 2024)—Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites (HBMS) announced the Blueberry Festival & Market To Go will take place on Saturday, July 13 and Sunday, July 14, at Bethlehem’s Burnside Historic Farm. Profits from this annual event support the mission of  HBMS, which interprets and maintains 20 historic buildings and 65,000 artifacts and provides educational programming in the local community bringing three centuries of history to life.
Festival attendees will enjoy delicious food, live music, fresh blueberries and desserts, Colonial cooking demonstrations, gardening and brewing showcases, pony rides and hands-on kids’ activities.
“We are thrilled to host the Blueberry Fest for its 37th year,” said Lindsey Jancay, interim vice president and managing director. “This event has been a great way to promote local vendors, showcase the Burnside Historic Farm, and enjoy some fresh blueberries!”
Whisker BiscuitsKeystone Farms CheeseRebel Hive Meadery, Soaps on Linden, and K’Town Pub are among the vendors already confirmed for this year’s event. Event attendance is anticipated around 4,000. This is an excellent opportunity for local purveyors to reach new audiences with desirable items of interest. Interested vendors can apply directly on the Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites event page.
More event information will be announced in the coming weeks. For a tentative entertainment schedule, visit the Blueberry Fest Page.
Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites (HBMS) is a nonprofit institution that brings to life three centuries of American history. HBMS tells the story of a small town of great influence, home to some of our nation’s earliest settlers, America’s first municipal water pumping system, and one of the world’s greatest industrial companies. HBMS is located in eastern Pennsylvania, only a 1-hour drive from Philadelphia to the North and 2 hours west of New York City. HBMS is an Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution and part of Historic Moravian Bethlehem, which is a National Historic Landmark District and candidate for possible nomination to the World Heritage List. For more information, visit historicbethlehem.org.



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Amiee Goldy