About the Bellevue Strawberry Festival
The BELLEVUE STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL is presented by the Eastside Heritage Center, in cooperation with and support from the City of Bellevue.

The festival is a revitialization of an old Bellevue tradition, dating back to when strawberry farming was one of the region's most famous activities. The festival has been held in various places around Bellevue, starting (in its recent incarnation) on Main Street in Old Bellevue, moving to the downtown park, and most recently in the Crossroads Park.

We celebrate Strawberries and community on the fourth weekend of June. Entertainment, an auto show, vendors, food, and family fun are all highly visible parts of the festivities. And, you will very likely see a strawberry or two (shortcake eating contests, strawberry flats, chocolate covered strawberries, and much more).




Thank You to BECU!


THANK YOU to BECU, our Presenting Sponsor for the 2016 Bellevue Strawberry Festival!











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This family oriented, historic community event features:
Fresh, Strawberry Shortcake
Historical and agricultural displays
Games, clowns and face painting
Strawberry shortcake eating contests
Musical, artistic, athletic and dramatic Entertainment
Classic Automobiles
Food & Vendor Booths
And much, much more!









 

We thank our 2016 Sponsors:

 
  B E C U
 
 
City of Bellevue Seafair Visit Bellevue Washington
 
 
Geico   Republic Services
 
 
4Culture   Vander Hoek Coporation
Vander Hoek Coporation
 
 
Bellevue Reporter Cascade Water Alliance Champion Windows & Doors
 
Chess4Life Crossroads Bellevue Kitchen Plus
 
 
Alaska USA Credit Union Beach Camp at Sunset Bay Bellevue Pediatric Dentistry
 
CORT Party Rentals Dynamic Chiropractic Clinic<br>of Bellevue Eastside Family Karate
 
Eric Dawes Integrated Oriental Medicine Leaf Filter NW
 
LPL Financial Leafguard Northwest Renewal by Andersen
 
Sears Home Services Sound Transit System Pavers
 
Tier One Chiropractic TLC Laser Eye Centers Voya Financial
 
Worldmark by Wyndham   Xfinity/Comcast
 
 
  Smith Brothers Farms


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