3rd Annual Strawberry Fest at Warner Farm - It's Gonna be Sweet

Warner Farm announces their third annual Strawberry Fest. The event will take place on Old Amherst Road in Sunderland, Massachusetts on June 20, 2015 from 12 noon to 5:00 p.m.

Sunderland, MA, June 05, 2015 --(PR.com)-- The Fest celebrates local strawberries and the start of summer with music and activities for all ages. The fest features pick-your-own strawberries, homemade strawberry treats, games and activities for kids, live music, hay rides, and the debut of the farm’s brand new pedal carts. Admission is free.

Music will be provided by local favorite Michael Silverstone and the SilverTone5. The band brings their upbeat sounds that are a crowd pleaser for all ages. There will also be face painting by the talented Melissa Avery of Wicked Fun Faces. Hayrides to the strawberry fields will be provided. Pick-your-own strawberries will be sold by the pound; fill your own container or one from the farm.

Homemade strawberry shortcake, strawberry slushies and strawberry donuts as well as fresh made kettle corn will be available for purchase from the kitchen of Mike’s Maze. The grill will be fired up for made to order hamburgers and hot dogs. There will also be fresh scooped ice cream from Bart’s Homemade.

Free for the kids are classic summertime fun sack races, three legged races and other activities. Prizes will be awarded. New this year will be the introduction of man-powered go carts. Race your friends or test your driving ability. Two cart sizes are available, so almost anyone can join in.

Farm owner Mike Wisseman says that people look forward to strawberry season each year. "Strawberries mark the start of the summer produce season. Our customers love this festival because it brings so many aspects of the farm together to celebrate the sweet start of summer."

Warner Farm is one of the oldest and longest running family farms in New England. Ten generations of Warners have farmed in Sunderland since the 1720's. Father and son Mike and David Wissemann continue that legacy by growing a wide range of crops on 150 acres of fertile river valley soil, offering CSA shares and wholesale produce throughout Massachusetts. The produce is also sold at local stores, farmer's markets, and their own farmstand. Warner Farm is the home of Mike’s Maze, an eight-acre corn maze that attracts over 8000 visitors to the farm each year. The Maze is open weekends and holidays September through the end of October.

For further information visit www.warnerfarm.com
Warner Farm
Virginia Schwarzenbach