FLINT, MI – The Ruth Mott Foundation will host their annual Fall Harvest Festival tomorrow, Sep. 23 at the Applewood Estate.

Guests will have the opportunity to participate in cider tastings, house tours, mini pumpkin decorating, and tastings of apples grown on the Applewood grounds, as well as to listen to live music performed by the High Definition jazz band.

“The Ruth Mott Foundation is excited to host the 16th annual Fall Harvest Festival at Applewood and we invite the community to celebrate the season with their families here in Flint,” said Megan McAdow, Director of Collections & Education for the Foundation.

The event is free and open to the public and is expected to run from 11 AM to 5 PM.

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