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Food fit for a king … or a music lover

LOCK HAVEN — Music, arts and crafts … and food.

That could be the three staples of the LH JAMS festival.

This year a variety of food vendors will offer delicious food to those attending the festival.

“We’ll have a fun variety of food available at the festival, from local favorites to a few specialty items,” Tourism Director and Chair of LH JAMS food vendors Julie Brennan said.

Stella A’s Bar & Grill will be offering crab cake sandwiches and seafood gumbo, Lock Haven Elks Lodge will be serving their usual hot sausage sandwiches, The Texas Restaurant will be selling hot dogs, Pizza King will be offering delicious pizza and KC Kettle Corn is back again with its sweet and salty treat.

Bloom Sum Coffee and Tea will be making its first appearance at the festival, serving pesto pasta, an orange ginger and honey loaf and refreshing homemade drinks.

“And, there will be plenty of time to try it all as you enjoy the music and check out the artisan booths throughout the day,” Brennan said.

Official 2019 LH JAMS T-shirts will also be available for sale by the Clinton County Visitors Bureau, Brennan said. The cost is $15 per shirt and was designed by LH JAMS Director Steve Getz. All proceeds from the sale go back to support the festival.

Downtown Lock Haven, Inc. will be offering a 50/50 during the festival with all proceeds benefiting Downtown Lock Haven Inc.