If you like old-fashioned fall fun in the country, mark your calendars for the Lower Saucon Township Historical Society’s Apple Festival, which will be held Saturday, Oct. 19 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the historic one-room Lutz-Franklin Schoolhouse.
The festival is a fun-filled day featuring activities for all ages.
Admission for all activities is free, with the exception of pony rides ($5).
There will be a story hour, crafts, schoolhouse tours, a visit by Johnny Appleseed, face painting, cakewalks and live music by Rhythm Road and the Rickman Blues Band. Seasonal, apple-themed refreshments available for purchase will include fresh apple baked goods, hot dogs and apple cider.
The restored 1880 schoolhouse is located at 4216 Countryside Lane, Hellertown, off Applebutter Road.
Parking is available in a lot next door at the township’s Kingston Park.
For more information about the Lower Saucon Township Historical Society and the Lutz-Franklin Schoolhouse, visit the society’s website.