Apple Days, one of the Wenatchee Valley's most popular fall festivals, returns this weekend, Oct. 6-7, to the Cashmere Museum and Pioneer Village.
A dedication in memory of long time Cashmere Museum volunteer and supporter, Bill Barnaby, will be held at the Museum, May 7 at 2:30 p.m.
Millersburg Seekers, an International Quester group, met at the Conrad Rose Home in Wenatchee, WA Feb. 24, 2012.
Much activity has been taking place at the Cashmere Museum - both inside and out - in preparation for the March 1 opening day.
The Millersburg Post office is ”This Place Matters”.
Another Apple Days weekend has been stored away, but the harvest of fun memories will stay around.
Time is running out for your chance to win the beautiful Amish raffle quilt being offered by Friends of Old Mission with proceeds to benefit the Cashmere Museum.
<strong>Fall is in the air:</strong> Ahhh… the first day of October! And that means the arrival of Apple Days! The annual Apple Days event at the Cashmere Museum is an opportunity for the community to come together to celebrate our heritage and the harvest of our local apples. It’s also the one fundraiser of the year that helps support a community asset that so many folks have worked so hard for over the years – the Cashmere Museum and Pioneer Village. Come out both Saturday and Sunday, October 1 and 2. Breakfast begins both days at 8 a.m. and action wraps up both days at 5 p.m. Enjoy some good old-fashioned family fun while supporting a community asset at the same time. Admission is $2 for kids and $5 for adults, but it promises to be the best investment you’ll ever make!
It's a weekend of Cowboys and Indians at the Cashmere Museum Apple Days.
Apple Days is synonymous with Apple Pie. If you won a blue ribbon at the County Fair, or have a new recipe to try out, be sure to submit your pie entry for judging at the Apple Days Pie Contest.