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The 51st Annual Brooktondale Community Center Apple Festival will take place on Saturday, October 18, 2014. Continuing a long-held tradition, volunteers from the community have created a gorgeous quilt to raffle at this year’s Apple Fest. There will be a 5-K run (click this link for registration forms and other information), as well as other fun and games. Stay tuned here for more information as it becomes available!

Apple Fest 14 poster CMYK

2014 Apple Fest Raffle Quilt — click photos to enlarge. Raffle tickets are available for purchase at Brookton’s Market as well as from members of the BCC Board.

BCC 2014 quilt front view

2014 Apple Fest Raffle Quilt — view of back

BCC 2014 quilt back view

2014 Apple Fest Raffle Quilt — close up of stitching

BCC 2014 quilt close up

This year’s raffle quilt is two-sided.
“Birds of a Feather”
{90” x 108”}
Designed by Caroline Quilters,
Top and back pieced by Peggy Dunlop,
Longarm machine quilting by Marcia Wyant,
Binding by Bev Green.

Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5.

4 second prizes:

1 night at Thomas Farm B&B, Brookton Hollow Farm, Rosebarb Farm B&B, and Helen’s Guest Rooms.

The drawings will be held at 3 pm at the Community Center
526 Valley Road, Brooktondale, New York.

You do not need to be present to win.

For more information or to buy tickets contact
bdalequilt@yahoo.com or Kathleen at (607)277–1038.

With a history spanning more than six decades, the BCC is situated in the hamlet of Brooktondale, NY, near Cornell University and Ithaca College in the heart of New York’s Finger Lakes region. It serves as a vibrant social center to residents of the hamlet as well as the surrounding Town of Caroline, hosting many volunteer-led social, recreational, educational, and charitable activities. The Center has two indoor facilities, each with its own kitchen and meeting rooms. In the main building, a large multi-purpose space hosts occasional town meetings as well as indoor recreational events like table tennis, Wii, and community movies. On the tree-surrounded grounds of the BCC, children enjoy a playground and large grass-covered space for outdoor concerts and athletic activities. The BCC also has a regulation-sized asphalt-covered basketball court, and a community-maintained perennial garden.

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