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Apple Harvest Festival returns on Sept. 19

TIMES FILE PHOTO - Tigard Historical Associations annual apple harvest festival will feature 50 cent pie and ice creamThe Tigard Historical Association is preparing for its annual Apple Harvest Festival, which returns to the John Tigard House next week.

The festival runs from 1 to 4 p.m. Sept. 19 at the John Tigard House, located at the corner of Southwest 103rd Avenue and Southwest Canterbury Lane.

The one-day event includes apple pie by Davidson’s Casual Dining — available for 50 cents a slice — as well as plenty of apples for the THA’s antique apple press and apple peeler which will be on hand.

Old-fashioned games and toys will be available for children of all ages, and participants will be able to get a photo in period costume in the Association’s old time photo studio.

The event will also feature live music from the band Faded Blue, which includes Tigard resident Amy Scheckla-Cox.

Admission is free. Donations to the Historical Association are accepted.

For more information on THA, visit www.tigardhistorical.org or call 503-747-9856.