Garden Gate Festival set for JulyMarch 1, 2021
By Herald Staff
HUNTINGBURG — Mark your calendars for Saturday, July 17, as the Garden Gate Festival returns once again to feature jazz, wine, and craft beer, as well as other fun additions, in and around the beautiful Market Street Park in downtown Huntingburg.
This fun-filled day will begin downtown with individuals putting on their running shoes for the "JazzedUP" 5K and 10K. Proceeds from this run/walk benefit the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
From 2 to 8 p.m., wine, craft beer, and food vendors overtake Market Street Park for festival patrons to enjoy sampling and purchases. Talented jazz ensembles take center stage, bringing further excitement.
Be sure to be on the look-out for updates as more details on the vendors and jazz ensembles will be broadcasted as the festival approaches.
The Garden Gate Festival is coordinated by the Dubois County Chamber of Commerce, an organization that serves businesses of all sizes by providing leadership, advocacy, and member-to-member collaborative opportunities by working at a county, regional, and state level to foster growth and profitability for its members.
It is important to note that the Dubois County Chamber of Commerce takes the individual safety of festival patrons into account. If the risk of holding the event becomes too great, event cancellation or postponement may occur.
For more information: www.gardengatefestival.com.
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