2021 Manson Apple Blossom Festival

The 100+1 year of Apple Blossom will begin with the Pageant where the Queens and princesses get crowned FRIDAY night May 7th at 6 p.m. outside under a tent at the Northshore Bible Church. A box dinner of chicken salad croissant and flat apple pie will be available...made locally. $10 for anyone over 6–6 and under is $6 for chicken leg and flat apple pie.

Saturday will be a busy day with the Apple Blossom Pancake Breakfast from 6:30-10 am at the Northshore church under the tent. We will be serving the usual fare of $10 for above 6–6 and under is $5.

 

The fun run, former pig jig, starts at 8:30 am in front of the business center. Register online at runsignup.com/Race/WA/Manson/MasonAppleBlossom5K2K. More info at MansonAppleBlossom.com/events. Preregistration 7:30 am in person. The race is real and virtual. Participants get a t-shirt.

 

The Undercover Quilt show will be at the Northshore church going until 3 pm. The cost of entry is a button. Come see the handiwork done during the pandemic.

 

The Grand Parade starts at 11 am in the usual spot but will not be the usual parade....come join in the fun...see all the returning royalty, cars, horses, and hopefully the Culls. At 1 pm there will be a Royal Tea hosted by our current Royalty for the past Royalty ONLY at the Northshore Church.

The Manson Apple Blossom Art Show is continuing this year during Apple Blossom Weekend, May 7 and 8, with community and student art displayed at Radiance Winery, in the former Allison's building. All ages can view the art during business hours all weekend. Vote for your favorite piece!

Please contact a member of the Apple Blossom Art Committee for information if you are interested in submitting art, before May 5.

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History

Wednesday, May 11th was the first Blossom Festival.  Nearly 500 guests responded to Manson’s “Farm Bureau...

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2021 Royalty

Queen Bryanna Harris

Princess Alisson Adame

Princess Maddison Alejo

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Past Royalty

The first royalty queen of the festival was Ruby Phelps in 1928. 1947's Manson Apple Blossom Festival was...