While the event focuses on flowers and herbs, there is a lot more to do.

Need Something To Do On The Weekend?

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Finding something to do for the whole family that is also cheap can be quite the challenge in 2022. Not when you head to the Herb and Flower Festival hosted by the Cornell Cooperative Association in Oriskany.

What Will You See?

Yellow and red flowers

When it comes to flowers, everything. When it comes to gardening there will even be sessions where you can learn. Vendors will be on hand as well with a variety of products from gardening supplies to even some gardening decor.

When you go, another fun thing you can do is a tour of all of the gardens including their Botanical Gardens.

When and Where?

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Grace Rowan/Townsquare Media of the Hudson Valley

You still have a little time to plan as the event isn't being held until June 18th. This event is earlier in the day compared to many festivals. 9 am to 2:30 pm located at Cornell Cooperative Extension, Oneida Farm & Home Center, 121 Second Street in Oriskany.

Tickets are only $4 for adults, and kids that are 12 and under get into the event for free. For more on this event, click here.

How About Plans For Later That Afternoon?

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Take a trip after the Herb & Garden Festival has ended and head to Frogfest 33 at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds, presented by Curtis Lumber on June 18th. With plenty of local artists, Nashville up and comers, and Dylan Scott performing, it would be an amazing way to round out your day.

More on Frogfest 33 can be found here.

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