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We are open 10 am - 4 pm, every day.
Friday, July 19th at 5:30 pm
Mr. Benscoter, a retired federal investigator and current apple detective, will discuss the fascinating history of so-called “lost” apples in Washington State, and his mission to rediscover them through The Lost Apple Project.
This lecture is held in connection with the second annual Big Chill Ciderfest, on Saturday, July 20th from 3 – 8 pm at the Riverside Center, as heirloom apples play an important role in cider and perry-making.
Admission is free for Museum members and $5 for regular admission. Tickets can be purchased in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or at the door.
2ND ANNUAL THE BIG CHILL CIDERFEST
Saturday, July 20th from 3 - 8 pm @ Riverside Center, Cashmere
The 2nd annual Big Chill Ciderfest is coming to historic town of Cashmere, July 20, 3-8 pm!
Event includes a wide variety of ciders from more than a dozen local cider makers. Tickets include a commemorative tote bag, commemorative glass, a dozen taste tickets and one special coin that allows an additional taste and vote for your favorite. An outstanding local caterer will sell tastebud tickling treats. Cashmere's Museum offers a fascinating glimpse into the process of cider making and historic orchards.
This year, our "Chill Pavillion" is indoors in the air conditioned Riverside Center. More games and seating available in the "Riverside Yard" near the Wenatchee River. Enjoy a view of the hills, games on the lawn and free parking. Take advantage of the most extensive "cider shop" in the region, event day only!
Chill with us and discover why the apple and organic pear capital of the world keeps getting more delicious.
Tickets are $30 single /$55 couple, and can be purchased via: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4066887!