Godfrey’s to hold peach festival
SUDLERSVILLE — Sudlersville will host its third annual peach festival on Saturday, Aug. 6, from 1 to 5 p.m. at Godfrey Farm Market, 302 Leager Road.
Similar to the past festivals, guests can expect peach treats from ice cream to cobbler as well as live music performed by local bands Philip Dutton and the Alligators and The Roadhouse Clams.
New to the festival this year is a bike show presented by the Hogs and Heroes Foundation Inc., DE-5 and a car show presented by the Sudlersville Volunteer Fire Company. Both shows will be judged as people’s choice.
Notably a community affair, vendors include the St. Andrews Episcopal Church with its peach cobbler, the Sudlersville Ruritan Club with its peach topped funnel cakes, the Sudlersville Lions Club with Godfreygrown corn on the cob and fresh-squeezed lemonade, the Sudlersville Betterment Club and Train Museum with barrel-cart rides.
Family activities include rides around the farm, moon bounces, a petting zoo, educational opportunities and festival games.
The festival is co-hosted by the Sudlersville Volunteer Fire Company and Godfrey’s Farm. There is free, on-site parking directly behind the farm market.
Godfrey’s is a family-owned farm in Sudlersville that offers a variety of fresh produce, pick-your-own fields and locally sourced goods from mid-April to Labor Day.
For more information or directions to Sudlersville’s annual peach festival, contact Godfrey’s Farm at 410-438-3509 or visit www.godfreysfarm.com.
Sisters Caroline and Willow Winterstein pose with their cousin June Winterstein for a peach portrait at last year’s festival in Sudlersville.