Whether it’s the smell of the autumn mornings, the celebrated change in the landscape or the feel of the brisk air at night, there’s no shortage of reasons to be outside and active during the fall season. Before the reclusive mentality that comes with winter sets in, depriving us of outdoor fun, let’s take advantage of local gatherings while the weather is inviting.
On Saturday, Oct. 30, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Beulah United Methodist Church will host the annual Beulah Bazaar and Apple Fest, where the heavenly delights of homemade food are prepared by the kindest folks this side of the James. With their motto, “Come for breakfast, stay for lunch and take home dinner,” the church will serve tasty meals, like hotdogs, hamburgers and nachos at more than reasonable prices. But that’s only the beginning. A vast assortment of canned and baked goods, as well as loads of scrumptious Brunswick stew, will be sold. And, it wouldn’t be an apple festival without apples; seven different kinds (Fuji, Golden Delicious, Red Delicious, Red Stayman,
Granny Smith, Winesap and Rome) will be sold, all harvested in the Old Dominion.
For those more interested in something long-lasting, there will be an array of merchandise on display; expect everything from books, collectables and artwork to flower arrangements, Christmas wreaths and other seasonal crafts.
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