Just Around The Corner: The St. Joe Pickle Festival

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The 19th Annual St. Joe Pickle Festival will soon arrive in DeKalb County, and we can hardly wait! This event started in 1997 and has become very well-known. It was even named an “All-American Festival” by Food Network in 2007!

The festival will run for three days; July 23rd, 24th, and 25th. That should give us enough time to attend all of the festivities that we want to enjoy. Some of these events include: live music and entertainment, parades, a cruise-in, bake sale, art show, and fireworks! Also, there will be lots of activities for kids each day of the festival!

This “Old Time” festival will also include free tours of the historical Sechler’s Pickle Factory and free pickle tasting! With over 50 varieties of pickled goods at Sechler’s, there will be something for everyone to taste!

Click HERE to see a detailed schedule of the festivities, or stop by the DeKalb County Visitors Bureau to pick up a brochure!

WHEN: July 23-25, 2015

WHERE: Riverdale Elementary School

6127 SR. 1 St. Joe, IN. 46785

TIME: Thursday, 4PM – 9PM

Friday, 10AM – 10PM

Saturday, 10AM – 10PM

COST: Free Admission into Festival

CONTACT: stjoepicklefestival.com – dekalbcvb.org – (260) 927-1499

Note: No pets are allowed on the festival grounds

 

 

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About Visit DeKalb County

Welcome to the official blog of the DeKalb County Visitors Bureau. Nestled in the North East Corner of Indiana are ten communities that all share a common bond. And that bond is DeKalb County. Our job at the DeKalb County Visitors Bureau is to showcase all of the experiences the county has to offer and one of the many ways we do that is by blogging. Each of our blogs tells a different story of DeKalb County and we hope that by sharing these stories and events it will encourage people from all over the world to visit the place we call home.
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One Response to Just Around The Corner: The St. Joe Pickle Festival

  1. Pingback: Throwback Thursday: Sechler’s Pickle Factory | Charlie Chat

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