Lebanon Hosts 30th Annual Country Applefest September 29 2012!
Mark your calendars and reserve Saturday September 29th for the 30th edition of Country Applefest! Held in historic downtown Lebanon from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., rain or shine! Thirty years of Country Applefest affirms they're doing something right! And admission is FREE!
Country Applefest will feature apples in plenty of forms! Apple pies, apple fritters, apple cider, caramel covered apples and more!
You'll have vendors, but they are limited to arts, crafts and food! No politics.....no soliciting, just have fun! And another UNIQUE requirement for that arts & crafts vendors? The vendor MUST have made what they're selling personally! No imports from China here, EVERYTHING is handcrafted!
The Amish pretzel makers will be back (long lines last year should be a good indication of just how good they are!). Now of course the Country Applefest is about more than vendors selling to you! There will be live entertainment set up at Bicentennial Park gazebo (Mulberry & Cherry), another stage at Broadway & Mulberry, AND strolling entertainers too (Tears the Clown with Balloon art, Dirty Dealin' Dave with his Magic Act, Casey Redmon with some musical fun, and even a Barbershop Quartet, the Double Nickell Band!
And on the stages, there's a bit of everything! Music (Lebanon City Schools Orchestra, Christian Contemporary, Country, Blues), performers (belly dancers, Celtic, clogging) and more....get the idea that there really IS something for everyone??
And why not have an Apple Bake-off while we're at it! Last year's theme was Apple Cobbler, this year it's Apple Crisp!
Now you can expect some crowds, and obviously the better part of Historic Downtown Lebanon will be shut down to traffic so everyone can have a great time!
Parking will be available at the four municipal lots (Sycamore St. between Silver & West Mulberry AND behind Golden Lamb, the intersection of W. Main & St. Rt 63 and Mechanic St. behind City Hall) OR you can park at Sweeney-Wallace Chrysler Dodge Jeep and ride the free shuttle. You can also find free parking in the surrounding neighborhoods, but wear your walking shoes and expect to hoof it for a few blocks (or more).
And just in case you were thinking about bringing your pet to the Country Applefest, sorry, but that's not allowed unless you have a service animal.
For more information about the Country Applefest, visit the Lebanon Country Applefest website or call 513.320.2775.
So got a craving for apple yet? You know where and when to go!
Serving Lebanon's residential real estate needs,
Liz and Bill aka BLiz
P.S. Need a place to bake your own apple goods? Maybe want enough space to have your own orchard? Just give The Liz Spear Team of RE/MAX Elite a call and we'll be happy to help you buy that perfect Warren County home! And if you've got a home with some apple trees and want to sell, we can help with that too!