Blueberry Fun Festival 2021 is a go!

We will have all the great things we have had in the past: amazing blueberry pancakes, 5K run, craft booths, petting zoo, kids' inflatables, foam penny scramble, and more.


One new thing this year will be an option to purchase tickets in advance. (coming soon)

 

An annual event that hundreds look forward to, this year’s Blueberry Fun Festival is July 31, 2021 from 8am – 1pm.

What happens at the Blueberry Fun Festival?

  • Pancake Breakfast – Pancakes (blueberry or plain), sausages, juice, coffee
  • FREE Kids’ Activities – inflatables, petting zoo, penny scramble by White Lake Fire Authority, blueberry harvester on display
  • 5K trail run: our 5th annual, a great course that winds through the pines behind the church property.  For more information about the race and to sign up:  https://runsignup.com/Race/MI/Whitehall/FruitlandTrailRun
  • Craft and Vendor Booths (if you are a vendor and are interested – click here for a booth registration)
  • Live Entertainment
  • Baked Good Sales
  • Popcorn & Beverage Tent
  • Fresh Blueberries for Sale

 

Ticket Prices:  
             $8.00 adults 
             $4.00 children (4-12)
             FREE for 3 and under

We will be offering advance ticket sales which will be available soon. Advance tickets will be $7.50 for adults and $4 for kids.  

 

 

 

This is a wonderful family event – come on out and join us.

Check out more pictures and info on Facebook:

For more information, call the church office, 231-766-3871 or email us blueberryfestival@fruitlandcovenant.org

HISTORY: In 1995 Fruitland Township started the first Blueberry Festival and asked Fruitland Evangelical Covenant Church to serve the breakfast. About 300 People were served that first year. Over the years the numbers grew to about 1,000 -1,200 people served for about a 3-4 year time period. In 2009, decided to not continue hosting the Festival. So in 2010 Fruitland Covenant Church decided to take on the task of hosting the Blueberry Fun Festival and moved the location to our church where it is still held today.  Since moving to the church, the Festival has grown, with more offerings, adding a 5K in 2014, and serving over 1,000 people for the last three years.