Monday, August 27, 2012

5th Annual Apple Fest 5k/10k

Another year has zoomed by and I'm happy to announce the 5th Annual Apple Fest on Saturday, September 15 in Fillmore, UT.  We look forward to this every year and we are so excited for another fun event.  In past years, we've had activities on Friday and Saturday.  This year Apple Fest will just be held on Saturday beginning with the 5k/10k at 8:00 am (registration at:  You'll want to arrive early to see the hot air balloon launch.  Following the race, participants and spectators can feast on an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast {Breakfast is included for the racers; $5 for spectators and others}.
You'll want to stick around for other Apple Fest activities including: Apple pressing, hay wagon rides, zip line and concessions.  At 4:00 pm we'll be firing up the grill for the very popular dutch oven dinner (tickets for dinner can be purchased at: Also back by popular demand is live entertainment performed by the local band, Switchback.
We feel so grateful for the wonderful support for Apple Fest the past few years.  This is an open event and ALL are invited to attend. We look forward to another fun and successful year. See you there!!!
All proceeds from Apple Fest will benefit the Kate Rosenvall Foundation, which helps families with sick or terminally ill children.

1 comment:

jake and natalie said...

My name is Natalie...years ago I came across your blog from blog hopping. I stayed up on your sweet Kate's life through her blog, and thought she was the sweetest baby ever. I actually find myself right now in the same position you were in...I delivered a little boy almost a month ago at the u, and he's currently at primary's. he has tetralogy of fallot with absent pulmonary valve. It's been a rollercoaster ride...and right now he's doing ok, but hasn't been able to come off the ventilator. He had heart surgery a week ago. I would love to tell you more, and hear more about your sweet Kate. My email is: - my blog is you are such a sweetheart, I can't wait to chat. Sometimes it just helps to talk to someone who has been there.