Pocono Garlic and Harvest Festival

Saturday, Sep 1, 2018 from 10:00am to 6:00pm

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Non-Stop Live Music

The Lost Ramblers - Performing Saturday & Sunday

The Lost Ramblers specialize in authentic Appalachian acoustic sounds, and their performances run the gamut from bluegrass and gospel, to swing, Irish, and favorite old-timey music. The Lost Ramblers have been performing regionally and nationally for over twenty years.

Juggernaut String Band - Performing Saturday & Sunday

Uncle Pete Tawny and Juggernaut run on a high octane blend of classic rock, bluegrass and Mardi Gras party tunes seasoned with Pete's originals which they call ROCKFOLK.

Jingo - A Carlos Santana Tribute Band

Jingo was formed in the winter of 2016 by Rich Mertrud. After finding the right blend of personalities that was needed from everyone who was to become involved. It came down to 6 very talented musicians from all over the world: Mike Smith, Rich Mertrud, Les Piela, Tschaka Tonge, Jorge Soldevila and Anibal Fuentes.

House of Hamill

Brian and Rose are both accomplished traditional fiddle players and classical violinists, and despite being young, have over 25 years of writing and performance experience between them. Together, they write unusual new fiddle tunes and exciting, unpredictable original songs while also breathing new life into traditional and contemporary songs. Both are confident and unique lead vocalists, and the blend of their two voices in harmony is hypnotic and irresistible.

Education Tent & Entertainment

Bob Dunkel will give two informative lectures on “Growing Your Own Garlic” and “Garlic History, General Health and Cooking Issues”.

Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation Center will be here to show off local wildlife in this one of a kind education experience.

Darryl Speicher (Saturday Only) of the Pocono Avian Research Center will be on hand to discuss the benefits of sharing our yards with wildlife. He will have examples of the types of native plants we can grow that help recreate native habitats, while providing therapeutic benefits to the human inhabitants of the property as well.

Lynn Dautrich (Sunday Only), a lifelong organic gardener and former organic farm owner in Quebec, has worked in nurseries and garden centers throughout the US and Canada in various positions. As a Penn State Master Gardener, Lynn has presented numerous hands-on workshops on soil preparation, French Intensive gardening, raised beds, as well as other organic gardening topics. Lynn is also a volunteer at the Rodale Farm located in Kutztown, PA. Lynn will present Organic Gardening 101, an overview of an ever-growing and popular gardening method.

Monroe County Beekeepers Association is located in the beautiful Pocono Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania and is an organization whose members share common interests, concerns and camaraderie in beekeeping.

Admission:
Advance Discount:
Adult - $9 Child - $7.50
At the Gate:
Adult - $12.50 Child - $8.50