End Winter Like Boyertown Does, with a Festival

BOYERTOWN PA – “Coming Out of Hibernation,” the annual downtown Boyertown event that signals the arrival of spring and the end of hibernation, is scheduled for April 16 (Saturday) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Building A Better Boyertown organization announced. It features fun activities and games, and gift and specialty food vendors, all lining Philadelphia Avenue.

The event is free to attend and open to the public.

Visitors can see and participate with craft and specialty food vendors whose products include honey, mead, flowers, hot sauce, sweet treats, soap, and candles. Local businesses and nonprofits will be offer games, crafts, and activities. Children can visit a kite-making station to decorate and assemble their very own kite to take home. Families can visit a baby farm animal petting zoo.

Guests age 21 and older can head over to the rail yard and visit the pop-up Bears & Bees Bar, featuring spring cocktails and mead, an alcoholic beverage made from fermented honey. Rebel Hive Meadery and Stonekeep Meadery are featured at this year’s event.

Some activities, including the Bears and Bees Bar and kite-making, may charge a fee.

Fred Beans Ford and Collision CARSTAR are this year’s presenting sponsor. Find more information and a list of participating vendors online, here.

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Festival photo provided by Building A Better Boyertown