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Strolling the Mushroom Festival Street Fair
The Antique and Classic Car Show is a great place to see some of the region’s unique cars
Local mushroom growers help guests decide which type of mushrooms to bring home at the Mushroom Sales booths.
Meet Fun GUS, the Mushroom Festival’s new mascot.
Portabella mushrooms on the grill
Guests learn how mushrooms are harvested in the Growers’ Tent
The Mushroom Judging event pits grower against grower to see who has the Best Mushrooms in a range of categories. After judging is complete the region’s best of the best mushrooms are sold.
A finalist in the Amateur Mushroom Cook-Off talks with the judges about her dish.
Fried mushrooms are just one of the many culinary delights featuring mushrooms along the street fair.
In the Culinary Tent, local, regional and celebrity chefs gives tips and recipes for using mushrooms.
Kennett Square is proud to be the Mushroom Capital of the World.
The Mushroom Festival’s Community Parade celebrates Kennett Square and the mushroom industry.
Crowds gather in the Special Events Tent to cheer contestants as they try to break the world record of devouring 11.5 pounds of Buona Food’s fried breaded mushrooms in eight minutes
The Mission of The Mushroom Festival is to promote the mushroom, educate consumers about the health benefits of mushrooms and to promote tourism in Southern Chester County, all while financially supporting local and regional charities through a grant process.