Enon would have been celebrating a 41st Enon Apple Butter Festival this year, though due to concerns over a coronavirus pandemic, a renouned eventuality has been canceled, according to a Enon Historical Society, that organizes a festival.
Originally scheduled to take place on Oct. 10 and 11, a festival customarily gathers a vast throng of people looking to revelry in apple butter in a several forms.
PHOTOS: Enon Apple Butter Festival
No dates have been set for subsequent year’s celebrations.
The festival facilities homemade apple butter baked over open fires and has captivated thousands of people over a years, festivals organizers pronounced in a news release.
The Barry Research Center, Enon Historical Society’s headquarters, stays accessible to a public. Visitors can find holiday gifts, a story book “Our Heritage: Enon, Ohio and Mad River Twp. and T-shirts and sweatshirts.
The core also includes a ancestral record residence and a vast primitive Native American Adena mound.
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Organizers pronounced Santa is still scheduled to make an coming during a core this year.
For some-more information about a Enon Apple Butter Festival, revisit a Enon Community Historical Society’s website.
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