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Strawberry Festival returns to Alderson

On Saturday, May 27, from 10-4 there will be strawberry themed food, fun, and
festivities all over Alderson as the Annual Strawberry Festival is in full swing.
Sponsored by Alderson Main Street and the Town of Alderson; coordinated by Sheena
Pendley; and in partnership with Sunset Berry Farm, the Strawberry Festival will provide
a great time for all.

There will be more than 30 art and food vendors on or near the Alderson Memorial
Bridge including the “sweetest berries” being sold by Sunset Berry Farm. Live music all
day will include Lee Dean as Elvis at 10 am; Lee Dean as Sinatra at 11:30 am and the
Goodson Boys at 1:30 pm, all at the gazebo at Alumni Park on the Monroe County side
of Alderson. Alderson Main Street will have strawberry lemonade for sale.

On the Greenbrier County side of town there will be pony rides and activities for the
whole family. The Johnson Memorial United Methodist Church is having their Annual
Yard Sale and Hot Dog sale from 9am-1pm.

Vendors and customer on the Alderson Memorial Bridge during the 2022 Strawberry

Alderson’s restaurants including Ginny’s Goodbites; the Riverview Café; and Fruits of
Labor Café will be open with some serving special menus. They provide a place to sit
and relax for a few minutes while enjoying great food. Alderson shops will also be open.
Just outside of Alderson, on Flat Mountain, Sunset Berry Farm will have endless
activities and fun at the farm all day long as well as the opportunity to “pick your own”
beautiful and tasty strawberries.

Other sponsors include the Greenbrier Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau;
Greenbrier Valley Dyes, Sonya Shafer; the Robert C Byrd Clinic; and Kim Beard,
Financial Advisor, Edward Jones.

Don Sutherland, President of Alderson Main Street, said, “We had such a great time last
year and we are expecting to have even more vendors and fun this year. Please join us
for strawberries and more!”


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