Come and enjoy freshly-made apple cider, apple fritters, and food truck favourites at the Markham Museum, Sept. 22-23.  The two-day event attracts more than 3,000 visitors per day, and for good reason. It’s a fun family tradition offering rides, games, exhibitions, vendors such as Dickey Bee Honey, live entertainment and activities for all ages.

Only during Applefest will the Little Train be available for rides. As well, the museum’s own cider mill will be open and functioning, to produce fresh apple cider for everyone to sample and purchase. The festival is returning for its 34th year, thanks to the many partners such as Markham Historical Society, Friends of Markham Museum and countless new and returning volunteers.

The museum is located at 9350 Hwy. 48 (Markham Rd.). Festival hours: Sept. 22-23 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Tammy Law, Markham Museum communications assistant, welcomes everyone to the 34th annual Applefest.

Main photo:  Students attending the Museum’s Summer KEVA Camp get first pick from the apple orchards ahead of the September Applefest. Julie Williams photos