The 40th annual Lenox Massachusetts Apple Squeeze
Two days, September 21 & 22, 2019
In addition to nearly 150 food, local business and craft vendors, we will again have games and shows for children, wagon rides around town, a 5k race, Children’s Olympics and much more. The 40th annual Lenox Massachusetts Apple Squeeze is a long-standing tradition in Berkshire County, ushering in the Fall season.
Join local shops, restaurants, artisans, musicians, farm stands, & performers as Lenox celebrates the apple harvest with a fun & engaging free street festival for all ages.
|Saturday||11a-1p||Terry A La Berry||Reading Park|
|Saturday||1:30-2:30||Rhythm Keepers||Reading Park|
|Saturday||3:00-4:30||Sunday Strummers||Reading Park|
|Saturday||11:30-1:30||Misty Blues||Main Stage|
|Saturday||2-4pm||Whiskey City||Main Stage|
|Saturday||4:30-6:30||Born IV Blues||Main Stage|
|Sunday||11p-1p||Matchstick Architects||Main Stage|
|Sunday||1:30-3:30||Rev Tor||Main Stage|
This year’s Lenox Apple Squeeze will feature nearly 150 vendors spread out around downtown.
Arts and crafts abound at the Squeeze where you can explore tents full of unique items hand-crafted by talented artisans. Handmade jewelry, woven baskets, local soaps, quilts, photography, paintings, woodworks and much more will all be available.
But the biggest draw of all may be the food. Of course there is everything apple: pies, cakes, sauce, cider, donuts, muffins and even ice cream! Beyond that there is kettle corn, cakes slices over a foot tall, famous corn chowder, many food trucks and of course the always popular taco in a bag!
Also don’t forget to check out the great sidewalk sales, with big discounts, our local merchants have in their stores. Clothing, blankets, home goods, toys and even great artwork all can be found at once a year prices.
NEW! Apple Squeeze Scholarship!
This year at the 40th Lenox Apple Squeeze, a $1000 scholarship will be awarded to a Lenox senior. All Seniors are welcome to participate in the contest for the scholarship.
The contest details are as follows: