Bring your apples and a clean jug, then watch as the Wheat Ridge Historical Society’s authentic cider press works its magic.
In addition to leaving with freshly made cider, Apple Cider Day guests may enjoy craft demonstrations and buy lunch …
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In addition to leaving with freshly made cider, Apple Cider Day guests may enjoy craft demonstrations and buy lunch cooked on the wood-burning cook stove. The day lasts 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Oct. 14 at Wheat Ridge Historic Park, 4610 Robb St., Wheat Ridge.
Old-fashioned toys such as train whistles, marbles and flutes, along with items such as women’s gloves, handmade soaps and more will be sold. Crafters will be on hand to show how they made their items.
Gardeners with an abundance of produce may bring it to sell or trade with other gardeners in the area. Also enjoy the vintage quilt display before the collection is stored away for another year. Guests will enjoy live music, and some might even like to join in.
Pay with cash or checks only.
For more information, go to www.wheatridgehistoricalsociety.org.
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