“At last! The best new thing to happen to Kennett Square is almost here: our first annual Kennett Summerfest Wine and Spirits Festival,” says Aimee Olexy, founder and owner of Talula’s Table.
“Our region is abundant with incredible winemakers, distillers, and grape farmers! It is about time that they get the consumption and tailor-made festival they deserve. Talula’s Table is excited to pair the perfect cheeses for this very elevated and anticipated outing! Don’t miss this new Kennett Collaborative experience.”
Floral Flash will celebrate the multi-sensory beauty of flowers and the talents of local floral designers, who will create seven large-scale installations throughout town for everyone to enjoy next weekend, June 10-12.
All of the produce you find at the KSQ Farmers Market each week has been grown, harvested, and transported only a short distance by the farms you meet there. If you're curious about how something was grown or don't know how to prepare it, just ask your farmer!
Find meat, eggs, cheese, honey, baked goods, and more—every Friday at the KSQ Farmers Market from 3pm to 6pm at The Creamery.
At this free event at 600 S. Broad Street you'll find 90 carefully curated handmade and vintage vendors, a selection of sweet and savory food trucks, wine and beer, live music, and meet and greets with Finding Shelter Animal Rescue.
There's plenty of free parking across the street at Kennett High School.
Find more information and the full vendor lineup here.
Sunday, June 12th
Concert celebrating the life and music of Dennis Melton
A memorial concert on June 12th at Anson B. Nixon Park will celebrate the life and music of architect, musician, and beloved community leader Dennis Melton.
The Journey to Freedom Juneteenth Festival, from 12–8pm on Saturday, June 18th, at The Creamery will feature a variety of vendors, live music, delicious food, and tastings from African American breweries!
And finally . . . we wanted to share some of the great Memorial Day Parade photos taken by the very talented Dylan Francis last Monday. We particularly love the "Abbey Road comes to KSQ" moment he captured!