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Peach Festival
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Date/Time
Saturday, July 26th 2014
9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Location
Carter Mountain Orchard

Peach Festival

Saturday, July 26 from 9am-6pm

 

Join us as we celebrate the peak of our peach season at the Ol’ Fashioned Peach Festival!  We’ll have games (with lots of great prizes), face painting, contests, hayrides, food, wine tastings, Pick Your Own Peaches, and more. Who will be the new Carter Mountain Orchard Peach Princesses? The Princess Contest begins at 11am (arrive by 10:45am to register) and has 2 age divisions: ages 5 and under, and 6-12. The Pie Eating Contest begins at 2pm with two age divisions; how many pies can you eat in a 2 minutes?!

 

Enjoy hot & fresh peach cider donuts, peach pie, ice cream, kettle corn, cider slushies, and more at the Bakery, or grab a bite to eat at the Mountain Grill for lunch!

Free Admission & Free Parking!

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