OCTOBER 1 & 2. 2016
28TH ANNUAL WESTON APPLEFEST CELEBRATION
Saturday 10am - 6pm
Parade at 10am on Saturday
Sunday 11am - 5pm
Adults $1.00 Donation
Kids under 15 FREE
Celebrating 28 years, the Applefest celebration in historic downtown Weston is known throughout the Midwest as one of the best fall festivals in Missouri.
Visitors to Applefest are encouraged to come early on Saturday morning to enjoy Weston’s hometown parade along Main Street at 10:00 am. The Saturday parade will feature antique tractors, classic cars, fire trucks and bands.
There will be over 60 art and craft booths along the downtown Main Street to peruse and you’re also invited to browse the many unique Weston shops during your visit.
Our mini-hay baler has demonstrated and sold his hay bales for 26 years. Watch apple butter being made over an open wood fire and purchase a jar of apple butter to take home. Kids will love to work the apple press to see how apple cider is made.
Weston’s famous apple dumplings, apple pies, and cookies will be available through our local churches. You can catch a quick and tasty bite at our Applefest Food Court or, you might choose to sit down, relax and enjoy the delicious cuisine at one of the several fine restaurants in Weston.
Fun children’s activities both days are planned in the park with Pony Rides, Face Painting, Straw Bale Maze, Pumpkin Painting, and Agriculture Education Interactive Games and Activities.
2016 Music Schedule
Mr. Stinky Feet - 12:30-1:30
Zydeco Earnest James - 2:00-4:00
Knob Town Skiffle Band - 4:30-6:00
Uncle Baccy Juice - Noon-1:30
Under the Big Oak Tree - 2:00-3:30
Old School, Kevin Corbett 4:00-5:30
EVENT SATELLITE PARKING
Three satellite parking areas along 45 Hwy will be available to the public with free bus shuttle to and from the event: Weston Bend Bee Creek Shelter, Snow Creek Ski Area, and the last available will be Iatan Power Plant/KCPL Ball Field when first lots are full. There will be parking attendants helping with parking and questions. Disability parking is available at SNOW CREEK lot. There is no parking or driving on Washington Street. Walking on Washington Street is at your own risk due to road construction. Hwy JJ will be open in order to access the Holladay Distillery and Eventful at Locust Grove. Welt Street will have two way traffic to access Green Dirt Farm Creamery. If entering town on JJ you will be directed to Welt Street to satellite parking. No traffic or parking downtown; Spring Street from Washington Street and beyond will be closed. Park in assigned lot, take the shuttles, and enjoy Applefest.
Burley House Market
Saturdays 10-6, Sundays 10-4
Up to 50 vendors including:
Many homespun crafters, wood signs, glass beaded jewelry, candles, soaps and lotions, children and baby items, wooden crosses, home décor, Thirty One, Scentsy, Jordan Essentials, Young Living Oils, Magnabilities, Plexus, Usbourne Books, Perfectly Posh, Norwex, Snap Jewlery, Paparazzi, Younique, In a Pikle, Tastefully Simple, and many more!
For more information about becoming a vendor contact Tricia Buckler at email@example.com or check out our Facebook page at Burley House Market and Venue.