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Suggest a Festival 2024 to be Added to the Website!

There are always festivals I just haven't heard about. I've tried to make the form as easy and brief as possible!  If you know of a church, community, school, farm, orchard or fother entity that has a festival which you think should be added to (or the related websites), please tell me what you know about it here! 

If you want to comment or provide feedback about a farm that is ALREADY listed on the website, please use the Feedback form instead.

 Customers: just tell me what you know about the festival here, and I'll try to find them! Anything you can tell me is helpful!

YOUR Name:
      YOUR email address:   

(include the fruit or vegetable that is the subject of the festival, like
"Smallville Strawberry Festival")
Festival's phone:
example: 404-354-8756
Festival's street address Festival's city or town


  County (or province)

County (not country) (eg, "Fulton County")

Zip or post code Festival's website address

(If they have a website - put it above;
use below for facebook pages!)

Country: Festival's Facebook page

(The actual URL, not a search phrase)

Festival's email address
(email, not the website)
Festival's dates and hours:  (and if you know how many years this festival has been held)
Amenities and Payment options: (click on any that they have or apply!)

The festival's featured fruit or veg will be for sale fresh
Products made from the featured fruit /veg/item will be sold (like jams, sauces, etc.) 
Baked items for sale 
Deserts for sale (like strawberry shortcake, blueberry pie, etc.)  
Pie eating contests 
Other food eating contests 
Best pie contest (enter your pie!)
Crafts and crafters sales and exhibitions 
Food vendors 
Farm market stands 
Pancake breakfast 
Live music 
Live entertainment (other than music) 
Farm tours 
5K, 10K or other run 
Raffle or drawing 
Car show  
Fireworks display 
Festival queen contest 
picnic area 
Pets ARE allowed 
Pets are NOT allowed 
Free parking 
Bouncy house or moon bounce   pony rides  petting zoo 
farm animals  jumping pillow  zip lines 
corn maze  
pumpkin patch (pick in the field where they grow), 
pumpkins (harvested and laid out on the ground or lawn),   
pumpkins (in a market, stand or shop),   
Payment Options:
Cash    Check/Cheque   
Debit card  Visa     MasterCard    Discover    AmEx  
Venmo  PayPal  ApplePay 
WIC Vouchers  SFMNP Vouchers
Free, no payments needed
Free, no payments needed, unless you buy from concessions/vendors
Description: Can you tell us any other useful details; things we didn't include in the list above, etc.?
Feedback: How did you like the festival or event?
Pick your own / U-pick ONLY: What fruit, vegetables, flowers, Christmas trees, etc. do they have for customers to PICK from the bush, vine, tree, etc. (not already harvested)?
IMPORTANT:  To stop bots and spammers:

any number in this next box, like 123:

enter any letters A to Z (like ABC) here:

(Note: if you do not type in a number, or type anything else in this box, your email will NOT be delivered). Spam programs cannot follow these instructions, only humans can.

What type of festival or event is it? Check all that apply on the site!

Community food festivals and food events

If this is held at a farm or orchard, please let me know if they also have any of the following:

Pick-your-own (U-pick) vegetables, fruits, nuts, flowers and other crops (except pumpkins - check Halloween for pumpkins)
Farm produce stand, roadside stand, local produce market, direct farm or garden sales, etc., as long some produce is local 
Farmers market (multiple farms and/or vendors operating in one venue or location) 
Halloween Pumpkin Patch (pumpkin patches, Halloween farm events ) 
Fall festival and/or related Autumn events  
Corn mazes
Hay rides, wagon rides
Zombie paintball, Zombie lastertag
Christmas tree farms & lots, (all types: pre-cut, choose-and-cut, etc.) and Christmas tree lots  
Meats - Ranches/farms raising on-site and selling: beef, pork, turkey, chicken, bison, other meats, etc.,
Honey produced ONSITE; honeybees and apiaries
Maple syrup orchards and sugarhouses
Farm dairies - dairies with any direct consumer sales of dairy products or farm tours
Farm Bed and Breakfasts - Bed and breakfasts at /on a farm
Farm venues for events: birthday parties, weddings, business meetings, retreats, dude ranches, etc.
Horses: Horseback riding, stables, carriage rides, sleigh rides, anything related to horses
Wineries, Breweries, Cider Mills and Distilleries: that have tours, tastings or other activities for visitors
Wholesale agricultural producers (whether you have one crop or many to sell wholesale and both local sales and/or able to ship) 
Easter egg hunts (If this is ONLY an Easter egg hunt, & nothing else above, use this form instead)
Farm equipment, resources, information, services and/or products
Other farm-related activities and products not listed above

If you are the farm's owner, employee and you want to add other aspects beyond the festival, like PYO, farm market, pumpkins, Christmas trees, or you have very detailed information about the farm, please use our detailed Add-My-Farm submission page (click here: Add My Farm). Trust me, it will save you time and produce a much better listing on multiple websites!

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(Many of these websites are presently being developed, so your suggestions and recommended farms are appreciated!)

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