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Chestnut Hill to celebrate 17th annual Home & Garden Festival

Philadelphia neighborhood celebrates spring with al fresco dining and festival fun on Germantown Ave.

Chestnut Hill to celebrate 17th annual Home & Garden Festival

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Philadelphia, Pa – Chestnut Hill holds its 17th Annual Chestnut Hill Home & Garden Festival on Sunday May 5, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Germantown Ave.  

The outdoor festival will include live music with al fresco dining and festival fun up and down Germantown Avenue with delicious offerings from the restaurants of Chestnut Hill. There will be entertainment and fun for children, amusement rides, face painting and arts & crafts activities. Kids will even have an opportunity to paint a life-size Orca mural.

Retailers will have plants and gardening supplies like tomato plants and flower seedlings, orchids, hanging baskets and garden sculptures as well as products for home design like hand-made furniture, quilts, jewelry, art and collectibles. Eco Alley, featuring many vendors offering sustainable products from organic plants to recycled furniture, has been made possible by GRINCH (Green in Chestnut Hill). Presenting Sponsor Subaru will display its latest car models and Sponsor B101FM will provide contests and giveaways.

The festival is free at attend and $5 all-day parking is available in several of Chestnut Hill’s lots. For more information, call 215-247-6696 or visit the website. Rain date is May 19, 2013.

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