The Shaker Hill Apple Festival in Alfred opened Saturday and continues from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at the former Alfred Shaker Village, now owned by the Brothers of Christian Instruction.
The festival raises money for the Alfred Shaker Museum, York County Shelter Programs and other causes.
The event features 50 craft booths, a silent auction, free antique car rides and apple and pumpkin picking at Gile’s Family Farm.Â
Chase and Melanie Berkeley of Boston, with their children Hailey, 2, and Hunter, 4 months, stroll through the orchard Saturday at Gile’s.
Philip Morrison gives tractor tours Saturday during the Shaker Hill Apple Festival in Alfred.
Bryce Bunaskavich, 10, of Sanford munches one apple as he reaches for another at Gile’s Family Farm on Saturday during the Shaker Hill Apple Festival in Alfred.
Joan Gauthier of Alfred checks out scarves made by Eileen Gross during the festival.
Cortland apples fill a bag at Gile’s Family Farm in Alfred.