The weather turned out beautiful for the AppleFest Car Show last Saturday and the sunny skies brought out a lot of car lovers and their favorite projects,
There were 118 entrants in this year's event and beautiful examples of the auto rebuilder's craft were on display from Arvada, Craig, points in between, and from the region as well.
The 40th annual AppleFest weekend, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 7 and 8, will be filled with fun, food, activity, fundraisers, music and lots and lots of apples.
From the first alarm sounding the Five Alarm Chili Cook-off at the fire house on Thursday, until the final chords from two days of music fade away into the leafy canopy of Town Park on Sunday afternoon, AppleFest 2017 promises something for everyone.
While Town Park and Main Street are primary attractions for AppleFest events, off of Main Street there are also events happening at Pioneer Town, and especially at Cedaredge's AppleShed.
Connie Williams, owner, said that two popular artists, Barbara Torke and Ron Henry, will be on hand at the gallery intermittently during Saturday's AppleFest events to give demonstrations and visit with local art lovers.
Head to beautiful downtown Cedaredge on Oct. 7-8 for AppleFest, this year celebrating its 40th year! AppleFest is the annual celebration of the apple harvest with music, arts and crafts booths, beer, wine, cider
Join Trail Life by visiting the Troop 4316 AppleFest booth Oct. 7 and 8. Information, meeting schedules and a list of activities will be available at the booth.
The Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners in the AppleFest art contest.
Third place went to Tori Hirsch (bird's-eye view of AppleFest).
The Surface Creek Senior Citizens searched for and found some of the best bakers of pies and other apple treats at the group's annual bakeoff and sale held during Saturday at AppleFest.
Winners were announced at noon on Saturday, and the enjoyment of local homebaked apple goodies continued from the 9 a.m. opening to the end of Saturday's big events.
The eighth annual AppleFest 5k saw 119 entries this year.
The AppleFest 5k is a totally homegrown event that benefits Boy Scout Troop 482.
With ideal autumn weather arriving right on cue, AppleFest 2016 racked up a two-day run that brought success to every event, to every enterprise and to everyone involved.
The Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce-sponsored event brought lots of customers to local businesses.
The perfect weather on AppleFest Saturday was all the high-octane fuel that auto enthusiasts needed for driving 123 registered entries to the pleasant confines of the Pioneer Town Arboretum for this year's Pioneer Town Car Show.
Though the drizzle and chill of last Thursday's weather didn't match the nice weekend days of AppleFest 2016, Thursday evening's low, gray skies did provide the perfect environment to enjoy lots of homemade chili and support the community's volunteer firefighters.
Scott and Stacy Malmgren, the new owners of Munson's Main Street Gallery, are looking forward to an exciting weekend and plan to add to the AppleFest fun with special events of their own. On Saturday, former owner Tracy Munson will be working as a barista, preparing lattés, espressos and smoothies while the Malmgrens dish out ice cream (including handcrafted ice cream sandwiches made especially for AppleFest).
AppleFest weekend, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 1 and 2, will be filled with fun, food, activity, fundraisers, music, and lots and lots of apples.
From the first alarm sounding the 5-Alarm Chili Cookoff at the fire house on Thursday, until the final chords from two days of music fade away into the leafy canopy of Town Park on Sunday afternoon, AppleFest 2016 promises something for everyone.
The story of AppleFest 2015 was the weather. Everywhere were heard comments on the superb, perfect day that welcomed visitors to 2015 AppleFest last Saturday.
The annual Pioneer Town car show brought another turnout of fine automotive projects and antique tractor restorations this year.
This was also the first year that the AppleFest motorcycle display joined the Pioneer Town exhibit, bringing even more motor admiring variety to one location.
The excitement started early on Saturday at AppleFest as the annual 5k AppleFest Fitness Run/Walk left the starting line promptly on time at 7:30 a.m.
Runners and walkers made their ways along a course designed, appropriately, to provide a flavor of the apple orchards surrounding Cedaredge.
A feature of AppleFest intended to attract local crafters and artisans is "Local Row." Local enterprises, organizations and individuals will stretch between about the chamber office and Grand Mesa Drive on both sides of West Main. A recent count showed over 40 local vendor booths signed up. All will be displaying a special apple crate logo.
Elberta Rebekah Lodge members have been busy getting ready for the AppleFest celebration in Cedaredge.
There will be a good old-fashioned yard sale on Friday, Oct. 2, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The country store will be open on Saturday, Oct. 3, also from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Time is running out to register antique cars, classic cars and trucks for the annual Antique & Classic Car Show at Pioneer Town during AppleFest 2015.
The show will be held on Saturday, Oct. 3, (one day only) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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