Whitesbog Blueberry Festival
June 22 @ 10:00 am - June 23 @ 4:00 pm
Kickoff the blueberry harvest season in the birthplace of the blueberry! (For real, Elizabeth Coleman White and Dr. Frederick Coville developed the first crop of blueberries here in 1916).
Entry fee: $5 per CARLOAD of people.
Taste the berries from our neighbor’s farm and take home a pint or a flat. Pick berries fresh on the original heritage plants in the fields. Eat them in locally made pies, muffins, cakes, jams, preserves, fried, blueberry drinks, blueberry wine, cider, syrup and so much more and kids pie eating contest.
Blueberry Art Show, bands and more.
Craft and arts vendors from the region highlight handcrafts from candles, weaving, woodwork, nature painting, and live demonstrations by artisans.
The Whitesbog General Store will have volunteer shopkeepers waiting to help you select your favorite take home items from preserves, t-shirts, postcards, books on the region, kids toys, keychains, hand-crafts, retro candy and more on the porch and inside.
Food vendors include local amazing BBQ, Italian Water Ice, cold drinks, smoothies, popcorn, and so much more!
Kids games, free fun, picnic area to relax in the shade trees, listen to music, play with instruments with our wonderful local band Accidental Jug Band. Try the spoons, harmonica, washboard, banjo!
Stop by and see us at our Pinelands Preservation Alliance table.