Mitcham Farm Strawberry Festival!

Your whole family will love the MItcham Farm Strawberry Festival!

Spring is finally here and you know what that means! Warm weather, fresh fruits and veggies and the 2nd annual Strawberry Festival at Mitcham Farm! Mitcham Farm will be holding their Strawberry Festival on April 25th from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and it is guaranteed to be fun for the whole family!
Admission to this exciting event is free! Free admission is not the only great thing that you will get out of the Strawberry Festival. Your family can bond while picking fresh, juicy strawberries straight out of the Mitcham Farm strawberry fields. Along with picking strawberries (and eating a few while you do!) you can enjoy the live entertainment that will be at Mitcham Farm throughout the entire festival.
After picking strawberries, spend the rest of your day checking out the different arts and crafts vendors that will be at Mitcham Farm that day. While you may be a little full from snacking on strawberries, you are welcome to pack a lunch for your family or you can check out the yummy food vendors that will be at the Farm during the festival.
Do you have little ones? The Strawberry Festival will be the perfect day for them to run around and burn off their seemingly never-ending energy. At the Strawberry Festival there will be a bounce house, hayrides, a petting zoo with the friendliest of Mitcham Farm’s animals, pedal carts, and face painting! Your favorite kiddos will also be able to see tractor demonstrations and check out a Newton County fire truck!
Mark your calendars for April 25th and bring the whole family out to spend the day at Mitcham Farm’s Strawberry Festival! Admission is free, but don’t forget $5 for parking.

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