National Strawberry Festival
|National Strawberry Festival|
“A weekend of fun for everyone!”
Main Street from the Ferris wheel
|Frequency||Annually, Father's Day Weekend|
|Venue||Main Street, St. Anthony Catholic Church, Belleville Presbyterian Church, Trinity Episcopal Church, and Victory Park|
|Sponsors||Meijer, Heritage Newspapers|
The National Strawberry Festival in Belleville, Michigan began as a way for local farmers to celebrate their strawberry crops. Taking place over three days, held the third weekend in June, the festival offers many events for people of all ages. In collaboration with area churches and schools, some of the events include:
- Strawberry desserts
- Car show
- "Strawberry Queen Pageant"
- Live entertainment
Each year the festival attracts over 200,000 people from Southeastern Michigan and farther.
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