Fall is almost upon us, and so it’s appropriate to start thinking about fun autumn activities. Chief among those is apple picking, and the folks at Apple Holler are ready to kick off the season this Saturday with their twelfth annual Orchard Walk.
Not only does the Orchard Walk give families the chance to enjoy an all-you-can-eat apple pancake breakfast, go on a mile-long morning walk through the orchard (or a tractor-drawn wagon ride if you’d prefer) and pick a bag of the season’s first apples, but the walk is also for a good cause.
The orchard walk will raise money for multiple sclerosis research and services to those who suffer from the disease. Proceeds from the $20 per person admission fee will be donated to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Wisconsin Chapter.
The walk will take place Saturday, August 27, with check-in from 7:30-9:00 a.m.
To purchase tickets, or for more information, go to appleholler.com or call 262-884-7100.
And keep your eyes open for MetroParent's guide to fall farms and orchards, coming soon!