Sunday, October 2 | 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Celebrate Hudson Valley harvests with cider pressing, apple preserving, and sweet cider sampling. Hudson River Valley artists and artisans will add to the day, lined along Maple Lane selling crafts and wares. 1800s games, including jump roping, graces, and ball-n-cup, together with crafts such as sewing and creating a paper apple, will all be available throughout the event.
At the time of Boscobel’s construction in the early 1800s, the apple was America’s most important fruit, with thousands of varieties for cider and sustenance. Today, Boscobel’s Apple Orchard features several of those heirloom varieties along with newer ones, all of which are prized today.