By Beth David, Editor
Acsuhnet’s 41st annual Apple Peach Festival returned after a two-year hiatus, due to the pandemic, and the fair grounds were filled.
The two-day festival on the grounds of the Long Plain Museum featured food vendors, arts and crafts vendors, and live entertainment. There was no parade this year, but organizers say it will be back next year.
Vendors said they were doing well, and most of the food booths had lines of people waiting on Sunday afternoon.
At the Authors Without Borders booth, Sandee was waiting to get signed copies of the three books in Patricia Perry’s trilogy, “The Realm of Dark and Light.”
“I like trilogies,” said Sandee, adding she always buys all three books at the same time. “It’s the only way to do it.”
In the back field, the crowd listened to the music of Not Dead Yet, enjoyed a variety of foods and desserts, and just milled around in the field and under the tent.
The festival is traditionally held the weekend after Labor Day. Find them on Facebook to learn more.
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