Throughout our farming calendar we have festivals and events that are open to the public and are free to enjoy. Most of these events have additional offerings that have fees associated with the individual experiences and products.
Apple Butter Festival
Thanksgiving weekend : November 29, 30, and December 1
Activities offered from 10:00-4:00
Daytime admission is free (pay for each individual activity)
After the harvest is finished and the apples have all been picked from the trees we celebrate the coming winter with a historic festival that traces its roots back to the 16th century.
Public Apple Butter Making
Harvest Dinner and Dance
Historic crafts and Children's games
Water Color Painting Class at Wilshire’s Apple Shed (11925 Oak Glen Rd.)
Apple Blossom Festival
3rd weekend in April
As the sleepy trees begin to wake from their long cold sleep we gather to celebrate the coming of spring to our vibrant hamlet. The shades of brown, grey, and white are transformed into bright greens and yellows of budding leaves. during this transition the first of the wildflower begin to bloom. But the most impactful and exciting moment is once the apple trees begin to bloom. Each year we join together with our neighbors and commemorate the beginning of the growing season. Join us as an adopted neighbor to celebrate and enjoy the coming of spring.
Apple Blossom Queen Competition
Taste of Town: Community dinner and barn dance
Crafts and Merchant Vendors
Old West Days
First Weekend in August
Grab your duster and meet us at the end of the summer for a trip back to the days of cattle punching and roping. Round up your family and friends to come experience a taste of life on the range with chuckwagon cooking, encampments, vendors, a frontier Victorian Tea Tent, and historic live music.
Chuck Wagon Supper