From theatre by The Riverbend Youth Company, to music performances by Souhegan Valley Chorus, and art exhibitions at Jaffrey Civic Center and elsewhere.
The Strawberry Festival has kicked off the summer season for more than 70 years. It’s an all-volunteer event to make it a cherished community tradition.
Hollis Strawberry Festival Set for June 24
Strawberry and music lovers of all ages from Southern New Hampshire gather to enjoy a Hollis tradition. The annual Strawberry Festival will be Sunday, June 24th, 2-4 p.m. on the historic Town Common. The festival features the best of the best: local strawberries, homemade biscuits, hand-whipped cream and homemade ice cream. A family fun event with games, face painting and craft venders. Free entertainment provided by the award-winning Hollis Town Band.
The Strawberry Festival has kicked off the summer season for more than 70 years. It’s an all-volunteer event with more than 150 local residents contributing their efforts to make it a cherished community tradition. The strawberries are grown in Hollis at Lull and Brookdale farms, which represent Hollis’ farming history.
Proceeds from the event support both academic and musical scholarships. Rain location is Hollis Middle School, 25 Main St. Hope to see you there!
Pictured: Penny & Natalie Bryant of Nashua
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