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Shawangunk Mountain Wild Blueberry & Huckleberry Festival 

click to enlarge The Shawangunk Mountain Wild Blueberry & Huckleberry Festival takes place on August 11
  • The Shawangunk Mountain Wild Blueberry & Huckleberry Festival takes place on August 11

August 11
Celebrate the region’s wild summer fruits. Sponsored by the Ellenville Chamber of Commerce, the festival kicks off with a blueberry pancake breakfast from 7:30-11am hosted by Pioneer Engine Co. 1 at Norbury Hall. Later, put your best fruit forward at the blueberry pie judging contest. Two stages will offer live music from the Carl Richards Band, Mailbox 06, Bob Lusk, and Mark Fried. There will be over 200 vendors from local businesses and organizations. Kids can enjoy face painting, rock wall climbing, Macaroni the Clown, and the world’s tallest pinball machine. Ewcoc.com

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