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South Windsor’s 38th Annual Strawberry Fest and Craft Fair

38 Years! Amazing! Planning is well underway for South Windsor’s 38th annual Strawberry Fest and Craft Fair!

Literally, 100s of volunteers are readying for the crowds; food vendors are geared up and eager to serve you, and this year, Connecticut’s premier band, the Savage Brothers is ready to entertain!

38 Years, how time flies – much has changed since the beginning – but at least two things have remained the same; the South Windsor Republican Town Committee members proudly organize and run this event; and we still serve the best strawberry shortcake around.

South Windsor’s Strawberry Festival started 38 years ago at the Berry Patch farm. It has become the single most attended event in town, and for good reason. Admission is free, parking is free, many of the activities for the kids are free, the crowds are spectacular and the many volunteers work hard to make your day fun filled and one to remember.

This festival has grown by leaps and bounds over the past 38 years, once attended by a few hundred; the festival now is enjoyed by nearly 10,000 on a nice day!

Come join the fun! We promise it will be a day filled with fun!

Kathy Daugherty – Chair

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Crafters and Events

Thank you for choosing the South Windsor Strawberry Festival and Craft Fair!

The festival has been in operation for 38 years!

Little Miss Strawberry Pageant

Miss Strawberry Pageant

The first 20 entrants in each division will be accepted!

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Tonight is the "Strawberry Moon". - A full moon in June is considered a Strawberry Moon because is coincides with strawberry harvest.
Sadly, due to the pandemic, we will not be harvesting this year for the South Windsor Strawberry Festival, don't forget to visit Dzen's to get a quart to take home. Hope to see everyone next year!! Stay safe
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As many of you have already know, the 2020 SW Strawberry Festival has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The committee prides itself on putting the safety of all patrons, staff, and exhibitors first and foremost. We are following the recommendations and executive orders of our governor and town staff. We look forward to seeing everyone in 2021. Please - stay safe, wash hands - and remember - we are in this together! ...

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The whole summer is getting cancelled

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