An annual event in the center of Washington, Apple Days returns to Cashmere this year on Saturday and Sunday, October 1 and 2 with some old favorites as well as some new activities for the whole family. Featured on the Food Network, Cashmere is one place where they take their pie baking seriously!
The event, put on by the Cashmere Museum and Pioneer Village, Apple Days brings back its apple pie contest, cowboy shoot-outs in the village, the Old Time Church Service Sunday morning and plenty of vendors and demonstrations. The Tillicum Riders also return to give horse rides to the kids.
Joining in the fun this year is the Wenatchee Youth Circus, which will perform at 2:00pm on Saturday, October 1. The Fishin’ Magician Dave Graybill also will perform during the weekend.
Organizers Saturday morning will hold a special ceremony, naming the park on the museum property Chief John Harmelt Memorial Park for the last chief of the Wenatchi Tribe. That ceremony begins at 10:30am.
While you’re in Cashmere, take time to visit the Applet and Cotlet candy factory, Liberty Orchards. Take a tour, sample some candies, and take a box home.