Linvilla Orchards Strawberry Festival takes place annually at the beginning of June during the peak of the local strawberry season. With acres of strawberries, you can pick your own delicious, fresh strawberries from our fields. Every year Linvilla’s bakery presents the Delaware Valley’s largest Strawberry Shortcake... you’ve got to see it to believe it!
Pick Your Own Strawberries beginning at 8:00 am!
Strawberry Jammin’ with Judi 11am
Judi will be hanging out in front of our Farm Market preparing homemade jam and giving you pointers about how to preserve your fresh picked fruit! She’ll have samples and answers to your questions. (Until 2:00 pm)
10:30am Jam with Makin’ Music Instruments!
10:45am Makin’ Music Performance with Sandi and Jenni
11:00am Story Time-Clever Jake Takes the Cake (by Candace Fleming)
11:00am Presentation of Linvilla’s Giant Strawberry Shortcake
11:15am Scratch Art Activity—Crowns!
11:30am Costumed Character: Strawberry Dog
12:00pm Egg-on-Spoon Balancing Contest/Ball Toss Game
12:30pm Makin Music Performance with Dana
1:00pm Costumed Character: Backpack Girl
1:30pm Egg Toss Game
1:45pm Story Time -Peach, Pear Apple Bear (by Emily Gravett)
2:00pm Costumed Character: Bouncing Tiger
3:00 Hula Hoop Contest -Ball Toss Game
3:15 Jam with Makin’ Music Instruments/parachute fun
Be sure to try some of these activities at the Strawberry Festival!
Highly interactive and playful museum exhibit created by the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia! 18 holes of serious fun!
All vegetables in the Farm Market are 50% off ALL WINTER LONG!!!!
Made up of unsold Christmas trees from area lots, this maze is great for all ages! Be prepared to get lost in all the fun!!!
Did you know that there are plants that flower in the winter? This week, we are discussing the variety of plants that love the cold. There is no need to register!
Our Barnyard Friends love company, especially in the winter months. Dress warmly and join Doreen, our very own Pet Therapist, as she discusses how each animal is important to us on the farm. Free of charge. Call (610) 876-7116 to register.