Apple Valley fairs are coming to Southern California this summer and it will be the first of its kind in the US, according to Apple Valley officials.
The Fair LA, which is set to open this July at the Anaheim Convention Center, is a showcase of regional apple growers from California to Arizona.
More:Apple Valley Fair, which has been a fixture in Southern California since 2004, is set for a full day, including a farmers market, with farmers markets in all three fairs.
Apple Valley’s farmers market will be a traditional farmers market that will be held at the fairgrounds.
There will also be a farmers’ market at the Disneyland Hotel on the first day of the fair.
Apple’s Farmers Market in Anaheim, CaliforniaA Farmers Market is not a new concept.
In fact, it has been held in Anaheim since at least 2006.
In the last four years, Apple Valley farmers have raised more than $250,000 for a local charity.
The farmers market is a huge draw for tourists, who flock to see the apple harvest.
Apple Valley Mayor Bill McCue says the farmers market was chosen because it has the biggest community of apple growers in the county.
Apple’s Farmers’ Market will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., every day.
“It’s a big event,” said McCue.
“It’s just really important for our farmers to be able to do this for a community and support them.
That’s what it’s about.”
In 2018, Apple’s farmers sold nearly 6 million pounds of apples.
The Apple Valley Farmers Market will offer farmers markets, farmer markets, apple picking, cider making, apple cider making classes and a variety of farm-to-table dining.
Apple is the only county in California to offer apple cider production, McCue said.
The FairLA is being developed by Apple Valley’s Farmer’s Market Improvement Association and its regional partner, the Southern California Agricultural Extension Service.
The fair will offer the largest variety of vendors and the largest amount of vendors per day.
It will feature a variety, including vendors from the Valley’s two largest apple producers, Apple Cider Co. and Apple Valley Cider Works.
Apple Cider’s Steve Pomerantz said it is hard to find a farm that does what they do so well.
“They have a very deep knowledge of the industry, a lot of experience in their industry, and they really love to work with farmers and their family members,” he said.
“This is a big change and this is a very exciting time for Apple Valley.
We really appreciate the support from the community, the farmers and our industry and we’re excited to see what the future holds for the fair.”
The FairLAFD, Apple Village, is the official operating partner for the FairLA.
The LAFD will be conducting a farm safety and security program and providing food and other supplies for vendors at the Fair.