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Orange Connecticut Annual Strawberry Festival
June 8, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This Orange, Connecticut annual Strawberry Festival is sponsored by the Orange Congregational Church. You can look forward to a day of food, fun, and family.
Admission to our event is FREE!!!
If you get there early you can look forward to pancakes with homemade strawberry compote and whipped cream or just with strawberries! If you are not an early riser, that is okay!!! We also sell hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, cheese dogs, chili dog, sausage and peppers, french fries, pulled pork, grilled cheese, veggie burgers and more!
For dessert you can decide between strawberry shortcake, a slice of strawberry pie or strawberry rhubarb pie, and chocolate covered strawberries!!!!
There will be live music, kids games, rides, face painting, a hayride, pie eating contest, Red Car show, and over 60 different vendors selling all types of goodies.
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