English: A slice of Dutch apple pie (appeltaart) showing the raisins, sliced almonds, firm sweet apple and finely chopped candied ginger. Photo taken in Chiang Mai, Thailand. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: A digital picture of a candy apple, taken by Loui Andary, DaemonDivinus 2005-09-24. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Apple fritters made with cider batter (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Apples are an all-American success story-each of us eats more than 19 pounds of them annually. Français : Les pommes sont célèbres en Amérique pour une alimentation équilibrée (8,6 kg annuellement). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Left: sweet cider. Right: apple juice. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Attend the 28th Annual Apple Fest in Lincoln Square!
September 19, 2015
Get some apple pie and cider, listen to local music, or visit the kid zone at Apple Fest on Lincoln Avenue from Leland to Lawrence.
Welcome in Fall with Lincoln Square Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Apple Fest! Apple Fest is a long standing tradition in Lincoln Square bringing the community together to celebrate the beginning of fall.
Dozens of vendors participate in the event yearly, selling everything from candy apples to scarves and hats. Stop by and pick up a fresh baked apple pie, a bushel of apples, hot apple cider, or even an apple pizza. Bring the kids along and hang out in the Kid Zone where children’s activities will occur throughout the day. Or relax in Giddings Plaza and listen to the wonderful sounds of local musicians. There’s sure to be something for everyone at Apple Fest!
Time: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Location: 4700 block of N. Lincoln Avenue (Between W. Leland and W. Lawrence)
Pick up an apple pie or some hot apple cider. There will be live entertainment in Giddings Plaza.
Apple pie (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
WHEN: Saturday, September 21, 2013 from 8 am – 5 pm.
WHERE: 4700 block of N. Lincoln Avenue (between Leland and Lawrence)
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Buy everything from candy apples, fresh-baked apple pies, a bushel of apples, hot apple cider and even apple pizza. There will be plenty of vendors on Lincoln Avenue. While you’re in the neighborhood, buy some goodies at Gene’s Specialty food store on Lincoln.
Dr. EveAnn Lovero writes Travel Guides @ www.vino-con-vista.com