Apple Peach Festival
Celebrating 41 years.
After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, Acushnet’s Apple-Peach Festival will resume on its usual weekend after Labor Day: September 10 & 11, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., on the grounds of the Long Plain Museum, 1203 Main St., Acushnet.
Free admission. Shuttle bus from Acushnet Middle School. Parking across the street and at Keith’s Farm.
Featuring great entertainment, crafts, food and fun!
12–12:45 All Along
1–1:45 Extreme Acoustic Trio
2–2:45 Temporary Phase
3–3:45 The Stumblurs
4–6 Buzzard Blue
10–10:45 Gonsalves Tai Kwon Do
11–11:45 Two of Us
1–1:45 Gary Langevin
2–2:45 Not Dead Yet
3–3:45 Dirty Sanchez
4–6 Neal McCarthy Problem
Public Comment on Dunkin Donuts Plan
Sat., 9/10, 9:30 a.m. There will be a presentation and an opportunity for public comment for a proposed modification of the drive-thru exit at the Dunkin Donuts on South Main St. This event is open to the public.
The event will be held at the Acushnet Senior Community Center, 59 1/2 South Main Street.
Townwide Yard Sale
Last year a group of residents organized a townwide yard sale on the same weekend that the Apple-Peach Festival would have been held. Traditionally, houses on Main Street have held yard sales on festival weekend to take advantage of the increased traffic. The festival was canceled last year due to the pandemic. This year, the organizers decided to have the same event during the festival.
To be on the list, you’ll have to join the All Things Acushnet page on Facbook and use the sign-up form.
The form will be used to collect the addresses and types of items of those who wish to participate.
On September 5th (one week before the sale), The list will be curated, starting from North of town to South, and all will be posted to the All Things Acushnet group. Visit https://forms.gle/fQuGjzRnuCtxBwJf7 to sign up.
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