Celebrate Spring at Building a Better Boyertown’s annual ‘Coming out of Hibernation’ event

Annual Coming out of Hibernation Vendor Event Returns to Boyertown as winter fades into memory and the promise of spring beckons, Building a Better Boyertown eagerly announces the return of its much-awaited annual event: Coming out of Hibernation. Scheduled for the third Saturday of April, this vibrant celebration marks the awakening of nature and the revival of community spirit in Boyertown, Pennsylvania.

Each year, families and visitors flock to Philadelphia Avenue to partake in a day brimming with activities, entertainment, and a showcase of local talent. From seasoned shoppers to leisure seekers, there’s something for everyone at Coming out of Hibernation. Artisan crafters, loyal businesses, food trucks, and local restaurants converge to offer a plethora of treasures waiting to be discovered.

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The event prides itself on its community-focused ethos, supporting local businesses and artisans by providing them with a platform to showcase their creativity and connect with customers who value quality and sustainability. Shopping small isn’t just a transaction; it’s an investment in the vitality of the community.

Entertainment is aplenty throughout the day, with the Boyertown Alumni Band and independent artists scheduled to keep the streets alive with music. Adding to the excitement, Fletcher the miniature highlander cow and his barn friends from Fluffy EnRoute Farm will be on hand to meet and greet attendees.

For families, Coming out of Hibernation promises a delightful array of offerings. From hands-on activities hosted by local business owners to the eagerly anticipated waking of Bearianne, the event’s sleepy mascot, there’s no shortage of laughter, exploration, and community spirit.

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The highlight of the day will be at 11:30 am when attendees are encouraged to bring their loudest voices to help rouse Bearianne from her winter slumber. After all her holiday shopping, waking her up is sure to be a ‘bear’ of a task!

While the event is free to attend, some activities, such as the petting zoo, may require a small fee. For more information, including a list of participating vendors and entertainment, visit buildingabetterboyertown.org/hibernation.

Building a Better Boyertown, the organization behind the event, is a non-profit dedicated to preserving Boyertown’s artistic, historical, and agricultural heritage. For those interested in contributing to their mission or becoming a partner, contact 610-369-3054 or visit www.buildingabetterboyertown.org.

Don’t miss out on the excitement as Boyertown comes out of hibernation to celebrate the arrival of spring and community togetherness. Save the date and join in the festivities on the third Saturday of April!

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