Apple and Cheese Festival held in Tunkhannock Sept. 26

Staff reports | September 29th, 2015 3:22 pm

TUNKHANNOCK — The sights, sounds and smells of fall were present at the Apple and Cheese Festival hosted by Creekside Gardens on Saturday, Sept. 26. Artisans, orchards and other vendors were on hand to provide a taste of autumn for patrons. The event also featured demonstrations, live music and activities for children.

Sherri Kukuchka, who owns Creekside Gardens with her husband Kevin, makes a ribbon for her wreath.
http://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_apple-cheese-1.jpgSherri Kukuchka, who owns Creekside Gardens with her husband Kevin, makes a ribbon for her wreath. Ben Freda photos | For Abington Journal
Joe Statuto from Tunkhannock performs songs for the festival.
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Christine Pocono from Swoyersville, owner of Handmade Stoneware & Porcelain Pottery, makes a bowl for a demonstration.
http://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_apple-cheese-3.jpgChristine Pocono from Swoyersville, owner of Handmade Stoneware & Porcelain Pottery, makes a bowl for a demonstration. Ben Freda photos | For Abington Journal
Ben Tidball from Tunkhannock pours caramel into an apple sundae for a customer.
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Addie Sedlak, age 3 from Dunmore, gets her face painted by Darian Mosluk, employee of Creekside Gardens.
http://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_apple-cheese-5.jpgAddie Sedlak, age 3 from Dunmore, gets her face painted by Darian Mosluk, employee of Creekside Gardens. Ben Freda photos | For Abington Journal
Apple and Cheese Festival held in Tunkhannock Sept. 26

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