Cider Squeeze - September 8, 2013
The Curran Apple Orchard Cider Squeeze is another orchard-related activity - and it takes place the second Sunday in September each year from 1-4 p.m. Crunchy red apples and delicious golden cider are among the highlights at the annual squeeze. Toss apples into old fashioned cider presses, meet The Big Apple and Johnny Appleseed and enjoy bluegrass music at this long-time FREE U.P. tradition. Visit with the Bee Man, participate in children’s activities and talk with artist Barry Crust who makes wonderful walking sticks out of pruned apple branches.
Purchase picnic food from the U.P. Kiwanis or bring your own picnic. No alcohol is allowed in the park, which is located at 3920 Grandview Drive West. The public is allowed to pick apples AFTER a specific time, which will be set as the event grows closer. Apples will also be available for sale, along with apple pie and ice cream.
View the 2010 Cider Squeeze photos
Contact: Molly Wolfe at 253.564.2562