Here you will find fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers & don't forget apple cider! Also a huge assortment of dried flowers and plants. You will also find delicious bread, muffin, cookie, dip & sauce mixes you can take home and make fresh yourself.

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After a few hours of shopping, watching pioneer demonstrations, and playing children's games, you'll no doubt be ready to eat. Fortunately, the Johnny Appleseed Festival offers you plenty of options!

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Though out the festival grounds you will find an assortment of crafters.  The items are handmade from materials available in the wilderness areas where Johnny wandered sowing his apple seeds.  Wood, Cloth, Glass and metal come together in the array of finely crafted gifts for the willing buyer.

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The Antique and Primitives area is located between the Festival Stage and the Trappers & Traders near the Johnny Appleseed Gravesite. More than 25 juried vendors offer a variety of antiques and primitives.

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As I have traveled near and far, I have seen many wondrous things.  I have heard beautiful music, tasted food that was like nothing I have ever tasted before, yet watching people create the things they need for everyday living or to sell or trade is the most interesting.

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Ya know, I've been playing so hard with the kids down in the children's area I plum forgot to tell you all about it. Well, why I collect my thoughts and take a break, let me at least remind you about all the fun games there are to do here, including a really fun straw maze.

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Continuous free entertainment is provided on five stages with other performances roving throughout the festival grounds. From the dance floor at the Festival Stage, to the Old Time Medicine Show at the Traveling Wagon Stage, there is something for everyone.

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The Living History camp provides an opportunity for today’s festival-goers to observe, and sometimes participate in, life from another era.

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Look west past Johnny Appleseed's grave, the main stage, and the apple slices vendor and you'll see a bridge of sorts taking you directly to the pre1840's. You won't find a refrigerator, stove, microwave, computer, or television set. Instead, you'll see life as it was in the mid 1800's.

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