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Gettysburg Festival Announces 2011 Dates

Published August 20, 2010

This past June, the  Gettysburg Festival celebrated arts, culture and cuisine for ten days here in Gettysburg. With numerous events throughout that time period (many of them free to the public), The Gettysburg Festival has become a very popular, exciting and anticipated series of events. This year’s festival saw more than 22,000 people, representing at least 30 states!!!

The Gettysburg Festival also was recently awarded a “Gettysburg’s Greatest” Award by Celebrate Gettysburg Magazine for being one of Gettysburg’s Greatest Festivals.

Today, the Festival announced their 2011 dates: June 10-19, 2011. Mark your calendars now for another line-up of arts, culture and cuisine.

In the meantime, here are a few of the photos taken from this year’s festival:

Plein air artists capture the beautiful landscape at the Farm-to-Table Barn Dinner

Chefs Jeremy Schaffner and Walter Scheib, behind the scenes on the Edible Art Tour

NPR's From the Top tapes a show at Gettysburg Festival

Amazing "Veggy Art" by Chef James Parker

Peter Furguson's oil painting In the Studio took Best of Show at the Juried Arts Exhibition

The Coburn Brass plays on Lincoln Square (in front of the Gettysburg Hotel)

These photos do not even begin to do this year’s Festival justice. View all the Festival photo highlights here or visit their photostream on Flickr. Stay up to date throughout the year by “liking” The Gettysburg Festival on Facebook.

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