We will be closed Tuesday 11/28 & Wednesday 11/29. Our plans are to open Thursday with a fresh batch of cider.
Can you believe it has been 10 years!!!! Ten years ago, I visited my son, Jace’s kindergarten class to talk about apples! He’s now 15 and a sophomore in high school. We have both learned a lot in these last 10 years. Time flies when you’re having fun!
My goodness! We have been so busy this past week it’s been difficult to get regular posts done. We have lots of updates:
We sold out of our Honeycrisp, Macintosh and GEM pears this weekend, but we now have the Crimson Crisp. We have several other varieties (not listed) coming off, but are needing to get them washed and ready for you. We will keep you updated on their status. Lastly, we finally got out mums planted and we added “Happy” the apple to the landscaping with enough space you can take your picture with him!
GOOD NEWS: Today (Thursday) is cider press day! BAD NEWS: I am out of cider until Jim returns this afternoon. Keep your eye on facebook for updates. Website will be updated later tonight.
We now have cider again. Come on out and get yours for the weekend. Hours
Cider will be back in stock Wednesday, September 20!
Blondee’s are now being picked. Some are on the shelf!!
Open until 6pm today, Saturday 10am-4pm. Closed for the fair and re-opening Tuesday September 12.
UPDATE: Apple Bucket Donation 2022
The final tally on the “Little Apple Bucket” this year was $247!!!!! We matched the final number for a total donation of $500!!!!!! These types of donations help local community members get through some tough times! Thank you to all the donations this year! Gods Lifeline thanks you!!! They are always looking for donations of items for their shop as well as monetary donations. (Sorry, I posted this a few weeks ago on FB but forgot to post on our website until now).
Let me tell you the story of our little APPLE BUCKET that so many of you have contributed to these past 9 years. When we reopened our business in 2013 we had several gratful supporters that said “keep the change”. We didn’t feel right just keeping it and put it aside in a separate jar. As a family we decided the best use would be to give back to the same community that has supported our adventure.
At the end of our season the LITTLE BUCKET MONEY is tallied. We then add to the final amount by either round up or double and add a donated to Gods Lifeline in Mt. Victory every year which is around Christmas.
If you don’t know what Gods Lifeline is, this is a thrift store/food pantry located on Main Street that services local families that need a little extra help. The donation we give keeps getting bigger every year. So thank you for helping us support this fabulous organization. We love you all!!!