Apple Festival

The Annual Apple Festival

Dennis Union’s Apple Festival started in 2009 and has become a beloved feature of the fall season. Usually held the first Saturday in October, the Festival features apples in many forms.  There will not be a 2020 Festival due to activity restrictions; we hope to resume in 2021!

More than 200 pies are baked in the church kitchens for sale and apple pies, apple squash soup and other desserts are available in the Festival cafe. Fresh apples are available for sale, and the boutique has apple preserves and other homemade treats and crafts. 

Outside on the Village Green, local crafters have items for sale along with the annual wool show held by the Cape Cod Spinners Guild. The Grill serves hot dogs and baked beans, and children’s crafts and face painting are featured in the lower hall of the church.

A recent addition to the Festival is a Quilt Show, coordinated by the Activities Committee. Congregation members and friends exhibit antique quilts and more recent heirlooms in the sanctuary of the church, with volunteers on hand to share the stories and memories of the quilts. 

  • A big pumpkin at the Apple Festival
    A big pumpkin at the Apple Festival
  • Quilts on display at the Apple Festival
    Quilts on display at the Apple Festival
  • Smiling volunteers
    Everyone smiles!
  • Many rows of quilts
    Lots for quilt lovers!
  • Items for sale outside at the Apple Festival
    Crafts and more on the green.
  • Volunteers selling refreshments
    A variety of refreshments
  • Many people purchasing apple pies
    The apple pies are very popular!
  • A very large table covered with baked apple pies
    Lots and lots of pies!