Schoharie Lily Festival, July 13

By Gail Browning

Dar­lene Pat­ter­son of the Schoharie Pro­mo­tion­al Asso­ci­a­tion reminds us that the Asso­ci­a­tion will be host­ing its 3rd Annu­al Lily Fes­ti­val on July 13 from 10 AM to 3 PM at the Schoharie Lily Park and Trail on Fort Road Rd in the Vil­lage of Schoharie. There will be food, enter­tain­ment, ven­dors & fun for kids all day!

The fes­ti­val is an oppor­tu­ni­ty to vis­it yet anoth­er hid­den gem in the Schoharie Val­ley, espe­cial­ly when the day lilies are in bloom. Asi­at­ic and ori­en­tal lilies, East­er lilies, lilies of the val­ley, plan­tain lilies and many col­ors and vari­eties of day lilies have been donat­ed and plant­ed in the park. The trail is less than a mile, but the his­toric cov­ered bridge at Fox Creek is adja­cent to the park. Add a fes­ti­val, and it’s a party!

Take a look at this love­ly lit­tle park below.

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Summer 2019

Volume 37 , Number 2

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