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  • Bonnie Savage

Celebrate Fall at Historical Society's Apple Festival

UPDATE: Due to the weather forecast for this weekend, the Apple Festival has regrettably been canceled.

Football has started so that must mean fall is right around the corner, and there's no better way to embrace the season's charm than by attending the Lower Saucon Township Historical Society's Apple Festival.

This delightful event promises a day filled with live music, delicious food, entertaining games, and even adorable baby goats. Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 14th, from 10AM to 3PM, and join the festivities at the Lutz-Franklin Schoolhouse in Hellertown, PA. Best of all, entry is completely free, making it a fantastic outing for families, friends, and apple enthusiasts alike.

Image courtesy of the Lower Saucon Township Historical Society's Facebook Page

One of the highlights of the Apple Festival is the variety of experiences it offers. From tunes of the Rhythm Road Band to the peaceful serenity of Namaaaste Goat Yoga, there's something for everyone to enjoy. If you're feeling artistic, be sure to visit Cartoon Portraits by Donna Haney, where you can have a caricature drawn as a memento of your day. And when hunger strikes, indulge in delectable treats from Local Mama Catering, featuring mouthwatering apple-themed dishes that will satisfy everyone.

The Apple Festival is not just about apples; it's a day filled with engaging activities that showcase the rich heritage of the Lower Saucon Township. History buffs and curious visitors alike will appreciate the Quilting Demo, offering a glimpse into the artistry and craftsmanship of quilt-making. There will also be tours of the historic Lutz-Franklin one-room schoolhouse, providing a fascinating journey through time.

The Apple Festival takes place at the historic Lutz-Franklin Schoolhouse, located at 4216 Countryside Lane, Hellertown, PA 18055. This charming setting adds to the event's ambiance, transporting visitors to a bygone era. The festival runs from 10AM to 3PM, ensuring there's plenty of time to enjoy all the activities and entertainment on offer.

As the leaves change colors and the air turns crisp, the Lower Saucon Township Historical Society's Apple Festival is the perfect way to celebrate the autumn season with family and friends. With a variety of entertainment, delicious food, and educational experiences, this event truly has something for everyone. Best of all, it's free to attend, making it a budget-friendly outing for all.

So, clear your schedule for October 14th and head to the Lutz-Franklin Schoolhouse for a day of apple-themed fun, history, and community spirit. We'll see you there!



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