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Huckleberry Festival

Submitted by on August 12, 2015 – 8:25 amNo Comment

huckleberriesThe 36th annual Huckleberry Festival takes place in Trout Creek, Montana, August 14, 15 and 16, 2015.

The huckleberry, which grows wild in the high mountainous areas of this region, is a tasty purple fruit. In fact, Trout Creek was proclaimed “Huckleberry Capitol of Montana” by the state’s legislature in 1981.

More than 30 years ago, the Huckleberry Festival was started in the little town of Trout Creek in northwestern Montana by a group of artists who sought a spot to sell their creations. Vendors of freshly-picked huckleberries liked the opportunity to sell their wares, too.

Food vendors feature the tasty “purple gold” in huckleberry ice cream cones, on cheesecake, in drinks, and a variety of desserts.

The Trout Creek Fire Department offers its Saturday and Sunday morning Huckleberry pancake breakfasts, and both children and adults bake the tastiest recipes they know for the honor of competing in the Huckleberry Dessert Contest.

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