Montrose Blueberry festival
The 40th Annual Blueberry Festival was held Friday and Saturday, August 2 & 3, 2019
The annual Blueberry Festival is two days of summer fun for all ages! Held on the first Friday and Saturday in August since 1980, the Festival brings thousands of people to scenic Montrose PA to enjoy blueberry everything, from ice cream to pies. Admission is free! Proceeds benefit the Susquehanna County Historical Society & Free Library Association.
Do you love blueberries? We have blueberry everything: aprons, cookbooks, flying discs, fresh berries, ice cream, muffins, keychains, pies, pottery, prints, stationery, sweatshirts, totebags, towels and t-shirts.
Festival Hours are Friday and Saturday from 9-4
Pancake breakfast: 8 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Lunch: 10:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
All day: Snack on muffins, pie, and other baked goods; cool off with lemonade, soda, and ice cream; enjoy treats like cotton candy!
-Lots of children's games
-A variety of entertainment
-Civil War re-enactor camp
-Handmade quilt raffle
-Huge basket raffle
-Visits by Newberry the Blueberry!
Items for sale at the Festival include:
-Baked goods such as muffins and pies
-Commemorative pottery, t-shirts and other items
-Historical Society commemoratives
-Items at the Handcraft and Harvest Table
-White Elephant Sale - everything you can imagine!
If you're looking for MICHIGAN'S Montrose Blueberry Festival, click here. We do not sell vendor spaces.
Advertising for this annual event is sponsored in part by:
Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau Room Tax Grant.
Little & Nelson, Inc.
The Blueberry Festival began in 1980 as a fundraising event for the Susquehanna County Historical Society and Free Library Association. Since its beginning, the Festival has been a community celebration, which has grown into an eagerly-awaited event supported by the partnership of hundreds of volunteers and the dedication of local businesses.
The Blueberry Festival represents small town life at its finest. Thousands of people gather each year to enjoy the food, fun and friendship. All funds raised at the Festival are used to operate the Susquehanna County Historical Society and Free Library Association, which includes library locations in Forest City, Hallstead-Great Bend, Montrose and Susquehanna; an Outreach Services department; the county museum; and a genealogical research center.