While cherry pies are easily the highlight of the event, there are dozens of other untraditional treats, including all sorts of cherry preserves.
You just missed Peach Festival 2017, which occurred on August 12 and 13, but you have plenty of time to make next year’s festival, which is slated for August 11 and 12, 2018.The Peach Festival is so grand because it is usually among the last big events during Niagara’s summer high season.Typically held the third Saturday in June — making the next date to remember June 16, 2018 — the Strawberry Festival at Niagara-on-the-Lake celebrates absolutely everything about that heart-shaped, red berry. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, the festival intends to educate locals and visitors about the area, benefit community groups and activities, and ensure everyone has good, wholesome fun.There are several strawberry farms in and around the Niagara region where you can enjoy picking some fresh strawberries straight from the plant.However, the Strawberry Festival isn’t just about indulging in delicious food.
Visitors can take tours of the historic church and learn about the history of St.
Also like the Strawberry Festival, the Cherry Festival is largely held as a fundraising endeavor for St.
Marks Church, which is one of the most historic buildings in the region, dating back to 1790.
While Niagara Falls might be known for its world-class vineyards, it is cultivating a reputation for its orchards, as well.
Niagara’s fruit crop is copious, containing peaches, pears, plums, cherries, rspberries, and strawberries.
Andrews, Niagara-on-the-Lake, and the greater Niagara region.