Apple Harvest Festival

Location: Blue Mountain Village 
Date: Saturday, 12 Oct - Monday, 14 Oct 2019


There's no better way to enjoy Thanksgiving weekend and the fall colours than at the Blue Mountain Village, Thornbury and Clarksburg! Free family activities, live music, Apple Pie Trail, scavenger hunts, apple fun, hiking, biking and fall driving tours. 
 
Live Music with Delta Creek
Saturday, October 12 at 2pm
 

Delta Creek is Patrick Lehman (Juno nominated artist), Ken Presse (Juno nominated international touring band The Franklin Electric, Damn Truth), Mario Telaro (Celine Dion, Bobby Bazini), and Britty (contestant on NBC’s The Voice). A congregation of 4 career musicians who together have accomplished a sound rich with pop sensibilities while staying true to the everyman ethic of country. The band's blend of traditional country music and Southern rock combined with elements of gospel and pop music gives it a crossover appeal. Coming from musically divergent backgrounds, Delta Creek’s drive to create country music comes from a desire to play relatable pop music with exciting instrumentation and inspiring musicianship. 
 

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Live Music with Bernadette Connors
Saturday, October 12 at 5pm
 

Bernadette is a singer/songwriter, performer, and vocal coach from Keswick. Ont. She's been performing and sharing music for her entire life with her mom, dad, and three older brothers. Bernadette released her first album back in 2009 titled "Rocky Road". It's a compilation of songs she wrote from the age of 17-20. In 2011 she released her second album titled "Harder To Satisfy" comprised of songs she wrote between the ages of 20-22. Bernadette continues to write, record, and perform new music, so be sure to stay tuned for new music releases in the future. 
 

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Live Music with Maddie Storvold
Sunday, October 13 at 4pm
 

An alt-country prairie troubadour, Maddie Storvold is an emerging storyteller from Edmonton. She was recently featured on and won CTV’s The Launch, giving her the opportunity to record and release a single written and produced by Bryan Adams, in conjunction with Big Machine Label Group. The single “Don’t Say You Love Me” went to #1 on the iTunes Canadian country charts in less than three hours, and peaked at #3 across all genres. Tough and sweet, funny and fresh-faced, this storyteller is quickly gaining attention across Canada as a voice to be reckoned with. 

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*Weather Permitting. Schedule subject to change. 
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