For Immediate Release: 34th Annual Whitesbog Blueberry Festival  June 24th and 25th Saturday and Sunday 10 am - 4 pm
Come celebrate the kick off to blueberry harvest season with two days filled with food, crafts, history, games and live entertainment brought to you by the Whitesbog Preservation Trust. New this year you can take a spin in front of the music stage with contra dancing and add your own flair to our new Whitesbog mural painting in the Family Activities area.  All ages welcome.
Whitesbog Historic Village GPS: 799 Lakehurst Rd., Browns Mills, NJ 08015 Pemberton Township, Burlington County
Get you blueberry on with selections of pies, cakes, muffins, donuts, fritters and more at our baked goods table.  The General Store will also offer blueberry ice cream, sundaes and cold drinks. Also enjoy:  ★ Brother Bear BBQ ★ Rita’s Water Ice ★ Big Daddy’s Chicken and Ribs ★ 3 Guys Rolling Pies Pizza
Over 35 Artists and Crafters booths will line the festival grounds including LittleCritter Illustrations, Little House Candles and keeping our blueberries rolling are Blueberry Fields ArtisanSoapandBlueberryWoodApiary. Alsoparticipateatourkid’scraftingtablesandmural painting with artist Frank McShane’s Whitesbog Mural Paint By Number. Show off your country spirit with ​The Festival Barn Dance featuring traditional square  and contra dances, suitable for families, teenagers, and adults of all ages. OurcallerSueDupre will teach the dances, and The Accidental Jug Band will play exciting old-timey tunes for your dancing pleasure. No dance experience and no partners are needed. ​Play Family Field  Games including cornhole, horseshoes, blueberry balloon toss and more. Wagon rides include  trips out to the blueberry field for picking and guided rides to learn more about the history and ecology of the village. Visit the home of The Blueberry Queen Elizabeth Coleman White with guided tours of Suningive House. The Pinelands Antique Engine Club will show tractors and displays of cars  and engines along Whitesbog Road. The Cranberry and Blueberry Museum, the Interpretive  Cottage, the Whitesbog Gallery, the General Store and the Ice Housewillallbeopentoexplore  and learn more about the 1900’s era cranberry farm village.  16 local bands will perform live on our stage!  Hear the sounds of bluegrass, country, the blues, folk and more from performers such as: ★ The Accidental Jug Band ★ Bad Dogz ★ The Pinelands Dulcimer Society ★ Elaine & The Cimarron Sky Band ★ Song Sisters ★ Tabernacle Turnpike
Local blueberries, pints and flats, will be available for purchase from our neighbor the Walter Adams Farm. You’ll find collectable festival t-shirts, postcards, prints, blueberry jams,  local honey, chocolate-covered blueberries, old fashioned candy andtoys,and more hand crafted local goods in our General Store.
Handicapped and motorcycle parking is available in the villageparkinglot. Pleasenotethatour village roads are sandy. Courtesy shuttle will be provided for pick up/drop off to and from remote parking. Please be aware there are​no ATM’s in the village, but the General Store and Baked Goods/Plant Sale areas will take credit cards.  
$10 Festival Pass per carload of visitors (pack ‘em in there!) which includes $10 off of a  membership with the Whitesbog Preservation Trust.  Pedestrians and bicycles are $5 each.  ★ Cash Only Please​.  
The 34th Annual Blueberry Festival sponsors include Geoscape Solar, Renewal by Andersen, Central Jersey Equipment, White Dotte Dairy Bar, Beneficial Bank, Pine Island Cranberry Company, Luxury Bath, and J. W. Jenkins and Sons Drilling. Funding is made possibleinpart  by the New Jersey Council on Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National  Endowment for the Arts through a granttotheBurlingtonCountyBoardofChosenFreeholders. All proceeds benefit the ongoing restoration of Whitesbog Historic Village and the educational programs offered to the community by the Whitesbog Preservation Trust.
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Questions or concerns can be directed to our volunteers: Phone: 609-893-4646      Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.