With food, flavors, and free fun, the third annual Great Pennsylvania FlavorFest™ will spotlight area wineries, and so much more, on Memorial Day Weekend May 29 and 30 in Lancaster County.
This tasty feast for the senses will offer some of the region’s finest wineries sampling their vintages, cooking demos by area chefs, specialty foods for taste and sale, master artisans, live music, the Crafty Kid’s area, and free admission & parking.
The FlavorFest will be held on the grounds of the Mount Hope Estate and Winery and is organized in collaboration with the PA Dutch Convention & Visitors Bureau.
In addition to sampling wines and foods, there will be a host of unique PA-based artisans demonstrating their crafts, and local attractions with mascots in tow to highlight the marvelous day trip options in the area. Fun and educational cooking demonstrations and “side dish” talks will be served up by regional and local chefs and vintners. To round out the celebration, a mix of Pennsylvania-based musicians will provide fabulous musical entertainment, creating an “entertainment in the park” atmosphere.
At the Crafty Kid’s area young patrons can get hands-on in exploring Pennsylvania’s culinary and artistic world. They can decorate a t-shirt using locally grown fruit and vegetables, learn about healthy eating options and the food pyramid, create their very own chef hat for helping out in the kitchen, and much more.
Mount Hope Estate and Winery is located on the grounds of the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire, Route 72, ? mile south of PA Turnpike Exit 266, 15 miles north of Lancaster and 14 miles east of Hershey.
For more information about top events in Pennsylvania, take a look at the Top Events USA selection of the annual main festivals and events in Pennsylvania at www.topeventsusa.com/state-events-pennsylvania.html
For more information on the Great Pennsylvania FlavorFest™ visit www.parenfaire.com/flavorfest.html