Head over to the Entertainment tent on Thursday night (9/18/14) to see AllenasTim and the Dance Hall Rockers. This group is billed as “The Great Lakes Region Premier Tim McGraw tribute band.” Continue reading
Returning to Applefest in 2014 is Lookin’ Back, Detroit’s Bob Seger Tribute Band. They’ll be playing Friday night from 8pm to Midnight, so be sure to head down to the Entertainment tent (21 and over)! Continue reading
Saturday, September 20th, 2014
Attic Treasures reveals the collected treasures of an entire community. Donated by people far and wide, the Attic Treasures tent provides an amazing shopping experience to Applefest. Make sure to stop by early to see the treasures – they’ll be gone before you know it!
Located at the south end of the Parish Grounds, it’s the Applefest’s answer to the… Continue reading
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From year to year the rides change at Applefest, but one thing remains the same – fun for the whole family! Ranging from rides for the younger members of the family to rides only the younger members are daring enough to ride, Applefest offers a wide variety of excitement! Continue reading
Come early, come late, but come hungry! Applefest offers a smorgasbord of different festival food favorites, from Apple pies, caramel apples, to hamburgers and hot dogs, to (if you’re over 21) sliders in the entertainment tent. Read on for just a few of the festival favorites!
Applefest Grill and Sausage Stand
For the more traditional meal, head for… Continue reading
A visit to St. John’s Applefest means a bowl of Fr. David W. Harvey’s famous homemade chili to many. It is nearly as popular as the festival’s homemade apple pies. Also referred to as the “Padre’s Chili,” it’s a spicy concoction sought after no matter what kind of weather is on the docket. Even when temperatures soar, people covet… Continue reading
Bingo is offered on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. CHANGE for 2014! This year, Bingo is being held on the upper level of the festival, just a few steps from the south festival entrance, near the handicap parking lot. Stop on by and try your luck! Closer to the food, closer to parking, closer to the festival! Continue reading
Traveling from Port Huron to Applefest should take approximately 90 minutes (traffic depending). The fastest route is I-69 west to US23 south, exiting at North Road. You can find detailed directions and a link to Google maps below.
(directions are from Google Maps)