By THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN
If you're a fan of apples, head to the Tehachapi Apple Festival this weekend with your family and experience apples like you never have before.
From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at the Railroad Park in downtown Tehachapi, there will be live music, carnival games and other activities for families to enjoy.
"This festival makes you feel safe and you have a lot of fun with your kids and friends," David Brust, with the festival, said Thursday on "First Look with Scott Cox."
Farmers will sell bags of a variety of apples and there will even be honey wheat apple beer, apple soda and a pie eating contest.
If you want to take a chance and win some money, purchase a raffle ticket and watch as a stress ball resembling an apple falls from the sky. The closest apple to the target wins the money gathered in the raffle.
For more information, visit tehachapiapplefestival.com.