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Annual Glendale Apple Festival this weekend
The Glendale Apple Bakeoff starts off the annual Heritage Apple Festival in Glendale on Friday, September 30, at 4:30 p.m. Entries need to be dropped off by the Glendale Town Office. The Grand Prize is $20. First, second and third place receive prizes. For questions, contact Kari 435-648-2876.
Dinner and entertainment from The Baker Bunch will fill the Glendale Park at 6 p.m. on Friday evening. Their music is a special treat not to be missed. The cost is $6 for adults 18 and up, $3 for ages 12-17, $2 for ages 5-11, and four and under eat for free.
Saturday morning is the Valley Cross Country fundraiser Buffalo Stampede 5K/1 mile run. Pre-registration is $10. You can also register Saturday morning at 7 a.m. for $12. Contact Robert at 801-310-7116 with any questions.
The William Tell Archery Shoot registration starts at 9:30 a.m. Saturday. The contest is at 1 p.m. at the Glendale baseball field. The cost for archers 16 and up is $8, $5 for ages 10-15, and under nine is $1. There will be prizes in all three categories. Join in and be part of the friendly competition with the community. Contact Blaine 435-648-2134, Sherman 645-2019, or Mike 648-2141.
Saturday festivities include a quilt show in the Glendale Town Hall. If you would like to put in a quilt, contact Clara Maxwell 648-2787. There will be the Liberty Train for kids and old-fashioned games in the Glendale Town Park.
Street vendors will have great food and all kinds of unique items available for purchase. The festival runs from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. For more information, go to www.glendaletown.org.
There will be a quilt raffle, with a chance to win one of two quilts. Half of the money will go to the Franklin girl in Kanab and the other half to fund the festival. The quilts are handmade by Clara Maxwell, and quilted by Jorja of HH design. Contact Jorja for tickets at 648-2787. They are also available at the grocery store in Orderville.
Hope to see you there!