Sedgwick Elementary School student Gadrielle Samperi enjoys Applefest
Ten-year-old Gadrielle Samperi takes some time to work the apple press on Saturday, October 5 at Sedgwick Elementary School’s Applefest.
Sedgwick Elementary School music teacher Ellen Lamerson at Applefest
Music teacher Ellen Lamerson helps seven-year-old Aiden Gillen make a crab-apple “ball-in-cup” game during the Sedgwick Elementary School’s Applefest on Saturday, October 5.
Sedgwick Elementary School student Chevy Proper enjoys Applefest
Chevy Proper shows off an apple-themed pin he created during the Sedgwick Elementary School’s Applefest on Saturday, October 5. He said his favorite activity of the day was painting.
Apples, apples, everywhere
Fall means apples, and what’s not to celebrate about this New England food staple? On Saturday, October 5, students and families gathered at the Sedgwick Elementary School for the school’s annual Applefest—sampling apple sauce and warmed apple cider; pressing fresh apple cider; crafting with apples and more. Above, Torrin Eaton (left) and Jordan Gove chop up apples to go to the press, while school librarian Margaret Bixby, right, overlooks the activities.