Garden Jubilee Nurseries & Orchards Tour’s new town-and-country format takes place Friday to Sunday, May 28-30, with the downtown portion available Saturday and Sunday only. Main Street is now considered one of 15 stops on the tour. The modifications to the 2021 Garden Jubilee will follow federal and state-mandated guidelines for cleaning, social distancing, limiting crowd size and wearing a mask. The self-guided tour allows you to have the flexibility of mapping out your own route by starting at the business of your choice.
The local nurseries will be selling annuals, perennials, shrubs, trees, vegetable plants, herbs, hanging baskets, planter boxes, garden accessories, flower pots, garden soil and much more. Some of the products to be found at the orchards include cider, produce, baked goods, apple chips, jams, jellies, honey and apple butter. Most of the stops along the way will feature crafters selling such items as pottery, soap, wind spinners, wreaths, aprons, jewelry and wind chimes
Main Street returns to the mix Saturday and Sunday with smaller booths than in previous years, plus a tripling of space between each vendor. Attendees can shop for small plants, lawn and garden items, and crafts, while taking advantage of more than two dozen restaurants downtown, many offering outdoor dining.
Tour hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. all three days. Downtown hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday only. No pets allowed.