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UBC Blueberry Fest

To all readers in the Vancouver, BC area:

BC Blueberry Council in conjunction with UBC, is having their “First UBC Blueberry Fest” this month. If you love blueberries like I do, you may want to go check out the fest. It should be fun and will be a good way to learn more about BC Blueberries and it’s special place in the BC and Canada's economy. For instance, did you know that BC is the largest producer of highbush blueberries in Canada? Over 17,000 acres and almost 80 million pounds produced, makes BC the second largest blueberry producing region in the world and growing steadily. So, do come join the fest and learn more..

Here are the details:

UBC presents its first UBC Blueberry Fest!

When: Tuesday July 28, Wednesday July 29 & Thursday July 30 from 9AM-1PM each day (rain or shine)

Where: UBC Bookstore Plaza (6200 University Boulevard and East Mall)

Supported by the BC Blueberry Council and the UBC Bookstore

We will be promoting BC Blueberries with a fantastic supporting cast of events:
- Daily prize draw and free recipes
- UBC bookstore discounts
- Pancake breakfast, parfaits, blueberry muffins, scones, cakes, creme brulee, blintzes on the menu
- Blueberries from the farm


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