The Bellevue Strawberry Festival has a new home this year.  The event will take place at Crossroads International Park located at NE 8th Street and 164th Ave NE.

This festival has some strong roots. The Seattle Times reported that the first event took place 1925.  At the time Bellevue didn’t even have 1,000 people living within the city limits.  
Even through the dramatic change in Bellevue since 1925, you can still find the same great Stawberry shortcake that will be available both days for $4.  The festival will host other food and vendor booths, vintage cars, music, and agricultural displays.  The event promises to be family friendly with entertainment for kids including games, clowns, face painting, and more. 

There will be free parking with shuttle service from Sammamish High School to the festival.
When: Saturday 10 am-8:30 pm Sunday 10 am-5 pm

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