First annual Iroquois Apple Festival, Saturday, Sept. 21

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IROQUOIS — Enjoy a full day of activities revolving around the fruit for which Iroquois and the surrounding former Township of Matilda (now South Dundas) are famous.

The first annual Iroquois Apple Festival takes place just a few kilometres away from the place where John McIntosh dug that first McIntosh apple tree out of the Matilda woods more than 200 years ago.

See the schedule below for the day’s activities in the village Plaza and environs.

 

Below, indicate your interest and follow details through the Festival’s official Facebook event.

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