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82nd year of Apple Day in Penrose kicks off Saturday

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Get your pies and your apples!

The 82nd year of Apple Day in Penrose kicks off Saturday.

Several parades will be going on including a pet parade.

People can enjoy a slice of free apple pie and of course, local orchards will be open for people to pick apples.

Lance Tyler, owner of Third Street Apples, said, "One of the favorite things about this weekend is we get a lot of people who come here for this event, but they've never been here before and they discover that this is a place to bring their family in the fall, and then we see them next year.”

For the full schedule of Apple Day events click here.

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