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Annual Apple Festival

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Event# 785-368-2439

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Historic Ward-Meade Park is the setting for this celebration of pioneer life in Kansas. Demonstrations of pioneer skills, blacksmiths, quilters, musicians, craftsmen, and culinary artists make this a must-see fall activity. Celebrate pioneer life with live entertainment, arts and crafts, food vendors and all things apple. Sample wares from local artists and taste brownbread ice cream! Everything from Bierock to Barbeque from sarsaparilla to Green Rivers, and, of course, apples in caramel, in pie, in fritters, in cider! The Victorian home, log cabin, one room schoolhouse and train depot are all open for viewing during the festival. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. First Sunday of October.

Annual Apple Festival

Address : Historic Ward-Meade Park, 124 NW Clay Topeka KS
Phone : 785-368-2439   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $6/gate, $5/advance.

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