Apple Butter Day 2021

Messenger photos by Rick Palsgrove
Dan Foor sits in the seat of his 1952 Oliver tractor, one of several antique and classic tractors on display at Apple Butter Day in Groveport on Oct. 9. Foor said the tractor was used for many years on his Madison Township farm. Though its classic green paint has faded away, Foor said the tractor still operates. “It’s a real handy tractor,” said Foor. “It maneuvers well and can get through tight spaces. It’s a versatile tractor.”
The acoustic folk band Delightful Sounds performed in the Groveport Log House during Apple Butter Day.
Joanne Casserly stirs a fresh batch of apple butter.
Sharon Mech of the Central Ohio Weaving and Fiber Arts Guild demonstrated how to spin yarn on the porch of the Groveport Log House.
The legendary Johnny Appleseed visited Apple Butter Day.
Relentless Mules performed on the main stage at Apple Butter Day.
The Madison Christian High School band performing near the Groveport Log House on Apple Butter Day.
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