CAZENOVIA, N.Y. -- From live music to wagon rides, the third annual Blueberry Jam had plenty to offer crowds on Saturday.
The event at Critz Farms in Cazenovia aims to educate the community about local agriculture while providing entertainment.
On top of the music, people could enjoy food, locally made beer, wine, and cider and check out wagon rides, blueberry picking, and get a sneak peak at the farm's corn maze.
Owners of the farm said a good harvest gave them plenty of reasons to celebrate.
"It was perfect weather this year. We had a lot of rain, which is actually good for the blueberries. It wasn't too hot, so the plants didn't get stressed. This is actually our best crop we've had in years," said Matthew Critz, Critz Farms co-owner.
The blueberry season wraps up at the end of this month.