The 34th annual festival features a beer garden, food trucks, raffles, lawn games, live music and of course, strawberries.
This tiny Montgomery County village is blessed with a new structure devoted
to its history. Inside the airy facility is an assortment of old stuff: a Model T Ford,
a re-creation of a country store (complete with checker board on a barrel), a
large brick hearth and wrought iron cooking implements. Kids may enjoy trying
their hand at a real loom. It's a modest collection of artifacts, more appropriate
for older children. The younger set might enjoy occasional special programs. -- John Kelly and Craig Stoltz
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