Due to current pandemic and social distance
requirements, we've reluctantly decided to cancel this year's Apple
Festival, normally held the first Saturday in October.

The 2019 Apple Festival was held Saturday, October 5, and it was a bushel of fun!
Thank you to everyone who attended and participated.
Save the date to join us Saturday, October 3, 2020.

Thank you to our generous 2019 Sponsors:

Hyres Pest Control
Re/Max Realtor David Renninger
Levengood's Flowers
F.M. Brown's & Sons
Ace Hardware
Rhoads Limousine Service
Dengler Funeral Home, Inc. Crematory & Burial Service
Eaton Income Solutions, David Rathgeb, CFP www.eatonincomesolutions.com

  • Cobbler Café – 8 – 10 am
    Stop by for Apple Pancakes, Pancakes & Sausage, Muffins, Apple Cider Donuts, Coffee and more
  • Gala Stage - Indoor, free entertainment all day
    9 am:                   Boyertown Ceremonial Band concert
    10:30 am:             Marian & Friends Puppet Show
    Noon:                   Stephanie Grace concert
    2 pm:                    Elvis Tribute Artist Jeff Krick concert
    • Harvest Courtyard – Outdoor activities
      9 am – 3 pm:       Apple Castle Moon Bounces $2 per jump
      9 am – 3 pm:        Walk the Labyrinth
      10 am – 1 pm:      Petting Zoo  $3 entry
      10 am – 2 pm:      Fire Truck tours, free
      10 am – 2 pm:      Pony Rides  $4 per ride
      10 am – 3 pm:      Ice Cream Truck 
      1 pm:                      Alison's Fascinating Animal Show
  • Autumn Grille – 10 am – 3 pm
    Soups, Burgers, Hoagies, Hot Dogs, BBQ, Pulled Pork Sandwiches and more
  • Baker’s Table – 8 am – 3 pm
    Stop by for Apple Dumplings, Apple Pies, Apple Tarts and more
    Pre-order by calling 610.385.6616
  • Crafter’s Corner - 8 am – 3 pm
    Autumnal home décor, jewelry and gifts, handmade by St. Paul’s Crafters.
  • Kid Zone – This room is the hub for all indoor Apple Blossom activities!
    Crafts – Each group art class is $1. We’ll have two classes; one at 9:30 am and one at 11:30 am.
    Apple Scavenger Hunt
    – Pick up your game card and try to find all 20 items
  • Book Nook – Browse our selection of pre-owned games, books and puzzles, all $1 each or fill the bag for $5
  • Railroad Junction – Two rooms of Model Trains, displayed by the North Penn S-Gaugers and the Keystone N-Trak clubs.
  • Bug Museum – You’ll be buzzing about this amazing exhibit of beetles, butterflies, grasshoppers and more, provided by Douglassville’s Hyres Pest Control, www.bug4hyres.com
  • Hope Garden – Purple mums available for purchase, with 100% of all proceeds benefitting the Daniel Boone Relay for Life
  • Pumpkin Patch – Large pumpkins, gourds and mini pumpkins available for purchase with 100% of all proceeds benefitting Church World Services Hunger Crop Walk

Sincere appreciation is extended to Levengood's Flowers and Ace Hardware for their outstanding generosity in providing autumnal decor to beautify the event. 

Parking is free.  Volunteers from the Amity Township Lions Club will be on site to assist.
Should the church parking lot reach capacity, ample parking is available at both the American Crane and Precision Technology parking lots.
Eight handicapped parking spaces are available next to the church entrance.
If you require any special 
assistance, please call the church office at 610.385.6616.