About Us. P. O. Box 446 Ponchatoula, La Phone: (800) Email: Search for" Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival" in Google Maps or for the intersection of North 6th Street and West Beech Street in Ponchatoula for the official festival grounds Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival.
The biggest free festival in Louisiana, the Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival is the celebration of this luscious, ripe, mouthwatering state fruit and a testament to the hard work and dedication of the farmers within the region.
Festival Facts: The festival will be held April 1315, 2018, at Ponchatoulas Memorial Park and North Sixth Street. In addition to rides and live music, Friday night's events will introduce the crowd to the Strawberry Royalty followed by live music. Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival" The Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival is a FREE family friendly outdoor festival, filled with lots of great food, strawberries, entertainment, and fun for people of The festival will be held in the Memorial Park in historic and beautiful Ponchatoula, Louisiana.
The Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival is a free familyfriendly outdoor festival, filled with lots of great food, games, entertainment, and fun for people of all ages to enjoy, according to the festivals website. The Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival is a FREE family friendly outdoor festival, filled with lots of great food, strawberries, entertainment, and fun for people of all ages to enjoy! With two music stages and food booths supporting local nonprofit organizations, the festival grounds are the place to spend the weekend.
Strawberry daiquiris (alcoholic and non), Strawberry wine, Strawberry jam, Strawberry shortcake, chocolate covered strawberries, strawberry bread, big flats of strawberries, and so much more. It was fun, although very, very crowded. History of the Garden Grove Strawberry Festival. Started in 1958, The Garden Grove Chamber of Commerce put on the first Garden Grove Strawberry Festival as a way to bring together the east and west sides of Garden Grove.
Resident Tom Hoxie, a public relations professional, suggested a festival to celebrate the areas then prolific A Strawberry festival is an event and celebration in many towns in North America.
In most instances, areas around these towns are, or have been, deeply involved in the production and marketing of strawberries, and the festivals are usually held in late spring around the time of the strawberry harvest. The Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival poster from 1985 The Ponchatoula Kiwanis can claim that its posters are wellmeant, but the pattern suggests at least a regrettably limited, insensitive, and stereotypical vocabulary of AfricanAmerican imageryone that they should be conscious of in 2015.
Ponchatoula History With The Strawberry Ponchatoula Louisiana was a small town nicknamed Strawberry Capital of the World for growing so many strawberries during the turn of the 20th century. Even though Florida and California produced the most strawberries, Ponchatoula claimed to have the sweetest berries. Queen Heidi had some BERRY sweet company at the Louisiana Cattle Festival Pageant last night.
Past Strawberry Queens Katie (46) and Gina (47) helped Queen Heidi represent the Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival. Ponchatoula hosts Louisiana's Strawberry Festival each April and an Oktoberfest each autumn. The town is noted for its many antique shops along Pine Street, open yearround. Ponchatoula is small, but it has a number of attractions including a sign on the outskirts of town with how many miles it lies from South Dakota's Wall Drug store.