Vendors, artists, and crafters will take part in the event from 10 to 6 p.m. along with a car cruise from 12 to 6 p.m.
New this year is a Zombie Walk, which is Nicole Santry's senior project. The Zombie Walk will start at 4 p.m. Participants can dress like zombies or just wear the event shirt which is available at check that will run from 10 to 3:45 p.m.
The first 100 cars will receive dash plaques and Best in Show will be featured on next year's dash plaque. Uncle Al will DJ the cruise again this year.
In addition, festival goers can look forward to food, live entertainment and family-friendly activities, including a petting zoo, pony Rides, fine art demonstrations lectures, folk art, and a children's art show.
The Baden Applefest was started in 2010 by the Baden Parks & Recreation to provide a free event that embraces the arts, culture and the German heritage of Baden through a fall October festival, according to the event website.
This mission of Applefest is to build a sense of community, provide cultural experience and opportunity to every resident, promote local business and support the non-profit organizations of Baden and surrounding communities.
For more information, or a visit www.badenapplefest.com
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