Dunwoody Preservation Trust Apple Cider Days
VillageFest Fun On The Donaldson-Bannister Farm
November 9, 2019, 11AM- 4PM
Dunwoody Preservation Trust announces Apple Cider Days – a Saturday of fun on the farm
The directors of the Dunwoody Preservation Trust (DPT) wish to invite the entire community to celebrate the fall season at Apple Cider Days– a series of fun and educational events the weekend of November 9th and 10th.
Saturday November 9th Fun On The 1870 Donaldson-Bannister Farm
“HistoryAlive” Acquaint yourself with Dunwoody’s founding families; their foundations and focus, 9:30 am-11:00 am. Cost is $3.00 for DPT members and $5.00 for non-DPT members.
“Fun On The Donaldson-Bannister Farm” Activities for the entire family including local musical performances, free petting zoo and face painting, children’s pioneer crafts and games along with a pioneer outdoor cooking and apple cider press demonstration, a display of vintage farm tools and home goods, an all things apple booth, Dunwoody Fine Arts plein air painters, artisans, Chick-fil-A and Moondog Growlers for purchase. 11:00 am-4:00 pm.
“Sunset Serenade Benefit” BYO Everything and picnic under the stars with music by moonlight featuring local bands at Dunwooy’s own Chastain Park experience. Reservations only to
firstname.lastname@example.org for a table and (6) chairs for $50 and all proceeds go to assist Dunwoody school music programs.
All Apple Cider Days events except Sunset Serenade and HistoryAlive are free to the public. For details on individual events go to www.appleciderdays.org. To purchase tickets for Sunset Serenade go to email@example.com. For information on sponsorships, email h firstname.lastname@example.org.
About DPT: Founded in 1995, the Dunwoody Preservation Trust is a 501(c)(3) organization committed to the preservation of the history and heritage of the Dunwoody community. A volunteer non-profit organization, the DPT owns and manages the circa 1906 Cheek-Spruill House, Dunwoody’s signature building at the corner of Mt. Vernon and Chamblee Dunwoody roads. Current efforts include the rehabilitation of the Donaldson-Bannister Farm, a public park owned by the City of Dunwoody. More information is at