Berry Dairy Days 2019 Spotlights: Shortcake, Vendors, and the Parade!

Strawberry Shortcake

Since the first Berry Dairy Days 82 years ago, Strawberry Shortcake has been a part of the festival. It will available to purchase all days of the festival at the Burlington Chamber of Commerce. (Except for Friday evening, when it will be over at Skagit River Park)

The shortcake is provided by Haggen, the whipped cream is provided by Costco, and the locally grown berries will be provided by Mike and Jean's Berry Farm! The Burlington Chamber of Commerce also donates proceeds from every piece sold to the Burlington-Edison High School Cheerleaders, to thank them for volunteering their time during the festival. When you're going to Berry Dairy Days this year, be sure to pick up a plate of the festival's signature dessert!


Food, Craft, and Commercial Vendors

Part of the heart of Berry Dairy Days are all of the vendors! Each year vendors from all over the state apply to set up at Berry Dairy Days! Everything from local businesses, food trucks, non-profits, and craftspeople come to Berry Dairy Days each year to bring their great wares to you!

This year we're spreading the vendors all throughout Fairhaven Ave and closing down the street. That way we can fit even more vendors and make it easier for folks of all ages to get around and see the festival!

Don't forget, there's still time to apply as a Berry Dairy Days vendor! Visit for details.


Berry Dairy Days Grand Parade

The Grand Parade has been a part of Berry Dairy Days since its inception! It's a great chance for the community to come out and celebrate our town and the people living in it. Past parades have featured everything including Yogi Bear, dancing horses, superheroes, homemade floats, classic cars, princesses and more!

Want to join in the parade? Registration is available on