Kick off this year’s summer season with a delicious Memorial Day Weekend at the third annual Great Pennsylvania FlavorFest, an all-encompassing showcase of Pennsylvania’s unique cuisines, talented musicians and artisans and the region’s cultural diversity.
May 29-30 2010, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m
: Free Parking: Free
: Mount Hope Estate & Winery, on the grounds of the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire
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The Smithton Inn is a great place to stay for FlavorFest, since we’re a close (17 miles), easy drive (just two roads) to the event! Map
. We still have availability, but it’s a holiday weekend so don’t wait too long!!
Free Admission For All
Free admission and free parking make FlavorFest the “must do” event of this three-day weekend, providing a grand opportunity to enjoy a taste of the state’s dazzling array of culinary, craft, wine and beer offerings and experience many elements of what Lancaster County has to offer all in one location.
Taste The Flavors
Enjoy cooking demos each day that spotlight chefs from regional and local restaurants. Attend workshops focusing on the culinary art of pairing beer and wine with a variety of meals as well as other topics presented by industry leaders. Sample unique and taste-tempting products available for sampling and purchase from a wide variety of Pennsylvania-based specialty food vendors, wineries and beers.
Those Crafty Kids
FlavorFest isn’t just for adults. Children are invited to explore Pennsylvania’s culinary and artisan worlds in the Crafty Kids area with hands-on activities, demonstrations and cooking lessons that will enlighten and amuse FlavorFest’s young audience.
Arts and Entertainment
A diverse mix of music performed by national and local musicians will create an exciting soundtrack for the weekend’s activities. Talented Pennsylvania artisans will exhibit and sell one-of-a-kind items that will pique the interest of even the most seasoned shopper.
The Great Pennsylvania FlavorFest is the collaborative effort of Mount Hope Estate & Winery and the PA Dutch Convention & Visitors Bureau providing 35 acres of festive fun and delicious entertainment for the whole family signaling the beginning of summer in Pennsylvania.