Bite into Apple Festival Oct. 19

Children are hurrying and scurrying around the North Greenwich Nursery School preparing for the family fun-filled Apple Festival, taking place Saturday, Oct. 19.

For 31 years local families and neighboring communities have joined together to enjoy the best of the fall season in a true “ole fashion” celebration. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine, festival goers will enjoy food, crafts and hand-on children’s activities. Pony rides, a bounce house and games are expected to delight all.

Children can peruse and purchase gently used books for nominal prices, while prizes and raffles are a big hit for kids of all ages.

Apples-on-a-string may be enjoyed by the adventurous but plenty of seasonal food and goodies are also available for sale.

Local vendors share in the day and offer provisions and services of many variations. The event is well known for its acclaimed silent auction with donations set to bid for from local businesses, restaurants and corporate donors, including Disney. Successful bidders may pick up their items after 4 p.m. on event day.

The festival will be held at 606 Riversville Road. Admission is free. Game and raffle tickets available for a small price.

Parking is available at the corner of Riversville and John Street.

For more information, call 203-869-7945.

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