The Great Pennsylvania FlavorFest™

Mark your calendar for a culinary celebration!

Memorial Day Weekend
11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Admission: Free  Parking: Free

Location: Mount Hope Estate & Winery, on the grounds of the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire

Visit www.parenfaire.com for more details!

The Great Pennsylvania FlavorFest in Pennsylvania 
Dutch CountryKick off this year’s summer season with a delicious Memorial Day Weekend at the annual Great Pennsylvania FlavorFest, an all-encompassing showcase of Pennsylvania’s unique cuisines, talented musicians and artisans and the region’s cultural diversity.

Free Admission For All
Free admission and free parking make FlavorFest the “must do” event of this holiday 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
Wineries will provide complimentary samples of some of their most popular vintages, while food and craft vendors showcase their handmade delights!

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.

Warehouse Hotel at The Nook

Warehouse Hotel at The Nook

Visit the Warehouse Hotel at The Nook May 22-24 or 29-31 for $119/night. Breakfast, Arcade Card, Fitness Center, and more. Promo code "OPENING.”

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Summer Fun at the AACA Museum!

Summer Fun at the AACA Museum!

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