South Carolina Apple Festival

Sep 8-12, 2015

Downtown Westminster, SC
Westminster, South Carolina 29693
2015-09-08 12:00:00 2015-09-12 12:00:00 America/New_York South Carolina Apple Festival

Beginning the day after Labor Day and running through the following weekend, the South Carolina Apple Festival celebrates the beginning of apple harvest season in Oconee County, the largest apple-producing area in the state. The annual festival has drawn thousands of visitors to the Westminster, South Carolina area since its first appearance in 1961.

Whether you enjoy whitewater rafting, shopping for arts and crafts, browsing antique shops,  or just kicking back and listening to live musical entertainment, the Apple Festival offers something for everyone in the family. Most of the events are free and are planned with the entire family in mind.

From the Kiddie Rides, which draw a steady line of youngsters, to booths featuring woodworking, jewelry, clothing, leather goods, and other handicrafts, the street provides blocks of shopping options for visitors and the home town folks alike.

And the food! Whether you prefer a full barbecue dinner, sandwiches, hot dogs, funnel cake, fried apples pies, homemade ice cream, or want to stock up on home grown apples, honey and fruit preserves, it’s all there! If you have never tasted a Blossom Onion, this is your chance!

More details: https://festivalrooster.com/festivals/south-carolina-apple-festival/
Downtown Westminster, SC

Westminster, South Carolina

Beginning the day after Labor Day and running through the following weekend, the South Carolina Apple Festival celebrates the beginning of apple harvest season in Oconee County, the largest apple-producing area in the state. The annual festival has drawn thousands of visitors to the Westminster, South Carolina area since its first appearance in 1961.

Whether you enjoy whitewater rafting, shopping for arts and crafts, browsing antique shops,  or just kicking back and listening to live musical entertainment, the Apple Festival offers something for everyone in the family. Most of the events are free and are planned with the entire family in mind.

From the Kiddie Rides, which draw a steady line of youngsters, to booths featuring woodworking, jewelry, clothing, leather goods, and other handicrafts, the street provides blocks of shopping options for visitors and the home town folks alike.

And the food! Whether you prefer a full barbecue dinner, sandwiches, hot dogs, funnel cake, fried apples pies, homemade ice cream, or want to stock up on home grown apples, honey and fruit preserves, it’s all there! If you have never tasted a Blossom Onion, this is your chance!

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