Annual apple festival draws big crowds
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CASTLETON, N.Y. -- People around the Capital Region can spend their weekend at Goold Orchards for the 24th annual Apple Festival and Craft Show. The family operated farm has been open for more than 100 years, and every Columbus Day weekend they hold an apple festival that typically draws big crowds.
The owners of the farm said that despite the lighter and earlier apple season this year, they do still have plenty of fruit to go around.
"We're actually doing select your own from bins this year, at a price that's reasonable, 85 cents per pound for folks. So, they can come and select their own apples from bins, we have a couple different varieties we're allowing them to choose from, and we also have apples as you can see from the shop behind me, already packed," said Sue Goold Miller, co-owner of Goold Orchards.