Apple Festival a 'homey' reminder of Tehachapi apple history
Long-time residents of Tehachapi may remember when local apples were a more prevalent sight and commodity.
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#1 Oct 12, 2013
Would like to have seen more apple products and food items. Apple cider, apple pies ect. Along with apple gadgets and apple themed artwork. The smell of cooking apples would really have set the scene.
#2 Oct 14, 2013
The so called Apple Festival was ridiculously small and lacked the one thing you would expect....Apples!!! What the heck were the organizers thinking? My wife and I traveled here to be met by what can only be discerned as an easy way to drive tons of foot traffic past a bunch of shops desperate for customers. This was very disappointing indeed.
#3 Oct 22, 2013
This was the first apple festival we've had and we apologize that the size of the event didn't reach your expectations. Next year the plans are to increase the foot print and provide loads of apple items and activities. Thanks for coming out and supporting our charities, we hope you will come back and find a better event next year.
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