This apple is the one you can eat and it was celebrated at the 4th Annual Apple Fest which benefits The Salvation Army of Nashua.
Sullivan Farm is not just the only operating apple orchard located in Nashua, NH, its also Nashua’s last remaining farm. Next year Sullivan Farm marks its 100th anniversary.
This celebration was not just about apples, but a fall celebration that included pony rides, hay rides, train rides, pumpkin painting, face painting, scarecrow making, emergency vehicle demonstrations, live musical entertainment.
Sometimes, children was as colorful as the painted pumpkins.
Scarecrow making was a family event.
There were hayrides, cow train rides and pony rides. Grenville heard there were train rides too.
But this train was a little smaller than he expected.
This was a fun outing on a very warm fall day with temperatures in the high 80s. More of the same weather is expected for Monday on yet another adventure.