Peddler’s Village Apple Festival Returns This Weekend, November 3-4

Enjoy the fruits of Philadelphia's harvest at the annual Peddler's Village Apple Festival this weekend. (Photo courtesy Peddler's Village)

Just when you start to think you’re burnt out on apple everything, Peddler’s Village will help disabuse you of that notion.

No one can have too many apples when it comes to delicious country apple butter, apple cider, apple zeppoles, apple fritters and caramel apples that will be be tempting visitors at the annual Peddler’s Village Apple Festival, November 3-4.

Don’t care for the frills and sugar? Grab a bushel of the juicy, fresh-from-the-orchard picks, instead.

Just as any great fall festival should, the Apple Festival will have live music, apple pie-eating contests and even demonstrations from juried artisans.

Best of all? Admission and parking are both free.

Peddler’s Village Apple Festival 2012
When: Saturday, November 3-Sunday, November 4, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: Peddler’s Village, Routes 202 & 263, Lahaska
Cost: Free admission and parking
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  1. Is the festival still on for this weekend? Would like to bring some of our new neighbors to the festival this Saturday and hope the hurricane hasn’t done any damage to the beautiful grounds. We lived in Solebury for 35 years. Really miss it.

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