Morgan Hill Mushroom Mardi Gras Festival, May 28-29, 2011

 

The Morgan Hill Mushroom Mardi Gras Festival, now in its 32nd year of turning Memorial Day weekend into a celebration of the mushroom, has big plans for the free May 28-29 event in downtown Morgan Hill, California.

The two-day festival of family-fun includes live entertainment on two stages, arts and crafts, gourmet offerings, mushroom education, strolling musicians, street performers, and several city blocks of unique booths. For children, Munchkinland captivates kids with rides, games and continuous entertainment.

The festival raises funds for educational scholarships, which are granted annually and provides an opportunity for many local non-profit organizations, clubs and schools to create awareness of their cause.

Mushrooms, the region’s predominant local crop, are the stars of the festival with opportunities for guests to taste fresh, locally grown mushrooms and learn about their important health benefits.

Downtown Morgan Hill
Outdoor Community Center Amphitheater and Surrounding area
FREE ADMISSION & FREE PARKING
Memorial Day Weekend: May 28-29, 2011

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2 thoughts on “Morgan Hill Mushroom Mardi Gras Festival, May 28-29, 2011

  1. Wow, who was the female singer, I assume high school age singing the Maroon 5 song ‘Sunday Morning?’ during the Kid Karaoke session on Saturday? Awesome. Would like to have her audition to sing at the State Fair and other events. If you know her contact Stan at Major Motion, email SoundChek9@aol.com or call (650) 960-1741.

  2. WE AS IN-DOOR VENDORS,WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL THE PEOPLE MADE IT IN-SIDE TO SHOP/LOOK AROUND. WE HAD GREAT FUN “SLINGING” OUR “MUSHROOMS”. OUR BURL “MUSHROOMS” WERE WELL RECEIVED, AND THE PEOPLE OF MORGAN HILL MADE US OREGONIANS FEEL RIGHT AT HOME. THANK-YOU AGAIN, AND WE WILL SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!!! MY WIFE IS EAGER TO BRING HER NEWEST FRAGRANCES OF HAND-MADE SOAP. FRAGRANCES THAT WERE REQUESTED BY YOU, THE PEOPLE OF MORGAN HILL.

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