Apple adventure to appeal to Albuquerque folk
October 9, 2013 by James
The 9th Annual Apple Cider Festival is about to offer a fun-filled weekend for the entire family based on the variety of apples grown in the area. This festival offers something for people of all ages, and printing services have probably been out in force to let everyone in the area know all about it.
During this event, people will have the opportunity to view how delicious apple cider is made, as well as a chance to enjoy a freshly pressed sample. There will be a selection of craft products available, apple cider for sale, live demonstrations will be held inside the farmhouse, and a great selection of live music will be on offer. This should be an ideal way to enjoy a day in the country and will feature many varieties of apples, which can be purchased, including cooking, baking, and eating apples such as Red Rome, Idared, MacIntosh, and the juicy Golden Delicious, while supplies last. Children who attend this event will enjoy the discovery stations established on the property.
Admission to the event is $12 per adult, $5.50 per senior, and $4 per child. The festival will be held this weekend, on Saturday, October 12 and Sunday, October 13, from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm at the ABQ BioPark Botanical Gardens located at 2601 Central Avenue NW, Old Town, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. To learn more about these festivities, please visit the Botanic Garden’s Heritage Farm website or call 505-848-7182 during regular hours.