The Annual Apple Festival was held on Washington Avenue in Endicott on Saturday.  The Festival has been held since 1985 and features dozens of vendors end entertainment throughout the day.

A large turnout visited Washington Avenue to enjoy food, music, shopping and of course plenty of apples.  Many charities and non-profit organizations had exhibits on display.

The Cider Mill donated one hundred t-shirts and 250 candy apples for purchase to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Western Broome.  Along with the various vendors, shops along the Avenue also held sales and set-up outdoor displays in front of their businesses.

Sunshine and temperatures in the 80's brought out a large crowd.  Much of Washington Avenue was blocked off for the day to enable visitors to browse and shop at the Apple Festival.

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