May. 12th - Sep. 1st
The Market at Del Val
Join us for our favorite neighborhood event every Friday starting May 5th through September 1st! Bring the whole family to relax on the lawn (weather permitting) and enjoy great LIVE entertainment by local musicians, while sipping on locally made Rose Bank Winery wines or a local craft beer. Wine & beer is available for purchase by the flight (6 select wines and 4 select beer samples), glass or bottle for wine. Come hungry! Our Deli & Kitchen is open 'till 8 pm for sandwiches, salads, and desserts. Crackers, cheese, chips, and other goodies to accompany your wine are available in The Market. Bring the whole family...there's an inflatable attraction to keep the kids busy, and the DelVal Creamery is open. FREE admission! Sorry, no outside food or beverages are permitted.
Ever want to run farther then a 5k? Well here's your chance to step up. Whether you're an everyday or occasional runner there is a place for you here. This is a unique experience as there are very few 10 mile runs in the area! Race begins at 8AM. The registration fee for the run includes one Apple Fun Days Pass, as well as a FREE DelVal Creamery Ice Cream! Finish to an exciting environment of inflatables attractions and yard games for the rest of the day at Apple Fun Days from 11am to 4pm. $3 per Child or Adult, under 24 months are FREE. For race registration information please go to http://www.scoogieevents.com/.
Sep. 2nd - 17th
The Market at Del Val
Take a wagon ride from The Market to the orchard to pick-your-own apples every Saturday and Sunday from 11AM to 4PM! We will also have inflatable attractions and yard games to make for a great time! Pick-your-own apples are $1.49/lb. $3 per Child or Adult, under 24 months are FREE.
Sep. 23rd - 24th
Eastern State Penitentiary partners with New Leash on Life USA for Family Weekend: Pets in Prison. Families discover unique stories about prison animals all weekend long! Kids hear about Eastern State Penitentiary's most famous four-legged resident, Pep the Dog; participate in an animal-themed scavenger hunt; and find out how animals continue to play a role in prisons today.
At age 18, Norberto "Rob" Rosa was sentenced to 12 years in prison. A puppy training program there changed his life, and today Rob is the Director of Operations for New Leash on Life USA. Hear from Rob about his firsthand experience training dogs in prison, and about the work he's doing now to improve the lives of inmates and save the lives of dogs.
Following the presentation, visitors to the historic site can meet some dogs from the New Leash on Life USA program and, if interested, can adopt any dogs that haven't yet found homes.
Family Weekend activities are available from 12:00 to 4:00 pm, included with admission. Tickets are available online or at the door, subject to availability.