Meet at chestnut hill coffee at top of hill just up from Chestnut Hill West station.
Embrace spring on Germantown Avenue during the annual Chestnut Hill Home and Garden Festival. As many as 30,000 fellow garden enthusiasts come out every year to explore the plants, crafts and artwork from more than 150 vendors.
An assortment of vegetation, including daylilies, succulents, terrariums and vegetable plants are on display along with home decor, such as handmade furniture, art, quilts and collectibles. A number of Chestnut Hill’s most popular restaurants offer al fresco bites throughout the day and live music takes place on two different stages.
Antique and Classic Car Display by Jon Barnes of Roxborough in the 8000 block of Germantown Avenue.
Live Music by Bases Loaded and Refreshments sponsored by The Venetian Social Club.
Lots of delicious foods including McNally’s famous Schmitter®, hamburgers & hotdogs, pizza, seafood, and many ethnic foods. The festival gives you a great opportunity to sample some of Chestnut Hill’s wonderful food…Barry’s Buns, Bredenbeck’s Bakery, Campbell’s Place, Chestnut Hill Brewery, Fiesta, Cosimo’s Pizza Cafe, McNally’s Tavern, Iron Hill Brewery, Chestnut Grill & Sidewalk Cafe, Tavern on the Hill, Paris Bistro & Jazz Cafe, Poppy’s Café and Weavers Way Coop. And, of course, popcorn, cotton candy, ice cream, baked goods, soft pretzels and more.
Free to attend.