Strawberry Fest

2014 StrawberryFest on June 21, 2014- See you there!

Schedule of Events

Schedule of Activities to Come!


The main attraction for our annual festival is the 1,000 quarts of fresh, home-grown strawberries for sale. 

Drop Drawing

For those who like an early start, we'll open our doors on Friday. This year's prizes are currently being collected and one thing we can promise- They are AWESOME!

Berry Bus

To avoid the traffic at StrawberryFest & the Cannery Block Party, go to Sacred Hearts and catch the convenient shuttle bus.

Indoor/Outdoor Craft Fair

Get ready to shop until you drop as you stroll the festival grounds! This year's crafters will showcase a collection of creations from photography and jewelry to wooden crafts and garden art and more. Interested? Application is here or call Ann Manning at 837-4611, ext. 120, for more information.

Berry, Berry Good Food

We'll be serving a wide selection of strawberry-themed treats, such as strawberry shortcake, strawberry waffles and strawberry sundaes. Plus, you can enjoy a delicious pulled pork sandwich, hot dog, baked beans, chips and so much more.

5k Run/Walk & 10k Run

Lace up your running shoes and get ready for our annual 5K/ Run/Walk and 10K Run. The fee is $20 and $12 for children 12 and under for registration on or before June 21. The cost on the 22nd and 23rd will be $25 and $15 for 12 and under. If you would like a t-shirt, add $5 to your registration fee. Certificates and medals will be awarded immediately following the race. For more information, please call Melody Riedel at 837-4611, ext. 115. To register, register online or download a registration form to the right or stop at the Club. This event is part of the Madison Area Running series.

1 Mile Route
Starts at the front of the Colonial Club on Blankenheim Lane, right on Thomas Dr., continue on Thomas Dr., TURNAROUND at Sunnyview Ln., back down Thomas Dr., left on Blankenheim Ln.,to finish line in front of Colonial Club.

Used Book Sale

From novels and children's books to science fiction and biographies, we just might have your favorites for sale. Thanks to everyone who donated items. We'll continue to accept them until Friday, June 20. We also sell used CDs, videos, puzzles, and DVDs.


Come enjoy the live entertainment on our outdoor stage. Check back to see the lineup.


  • Big Berry Wheel
  • Garage Sale
  • Face Painting and lots more!

We really appreciate how many of you offer to help. Here are a few ideas:

  • Donate hotdogs, hotdog buns, hamburger buns, powdered lemonade, soda (Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Diet Sprite), bottled water, pancake/waffle mix (just add water brands), whipped topping (i.e., Cool Whip, Whipped Cream), maple syrup, paper plates, used books for the Book Sale and new items for the Drop Drawing. Please drop off the food items by June 14. 
  • Buy or sell raffle tickets
  • Call Ann Manning at 837-4611, ext. 120, to volunteer
  • Bake for the Bake Sale
  • Enter the 5K/10K Run/Walk
  • Spread the word
  • Attend on the 21st and bring your friends and family! Let's try and break our attendance record this year!