Register Here For The WOKQ Apple Pie Contest Coming to Apple Harvest Day in Dover
Hooray! It's back! Get your best recipes out!
The WOKQ Apple Pie Contest is BACK! If you're an amateur baker, we want your best apple pie! If you think you have the best recipe to beat our reigning champ, Carolyn Michaud of Northwood, NH, then..... bring it on!
Mark Your Calendar
Come to the 37th Annual Apple Harvest Day on Saturday, October 2, 2021, in downtown Dover at Henry Law Park.
There will be two divisions
Our panel of judges will try each pie and decide who has the best one in two divisions:
Adults, ages 16 and over
Youth, ages 15 and younger
Chio, from Chio & Kira in the Morning, will be one of the Celebrity judges!
What You Win
If you are crowned champ, you will win a trophy from Tut's Trophies in Rochester, a pair of tickets to see Eric Church at SNHU in Manchester in December, and other great prizes!
The Kids Win Too
If you are in the kid's division, you will win a trophy from Tut's Trophies in Rochester AND a gift certificate to Lickee's & Chewy's in Downtown Dover!
Apple Harvest Day is a fantastic, not-to-be-missed day-long family event with over 300 vendors, great food, live entertainment, and more!
Here is more information:
You must REGISTER on the form below. Then, on October 2nd, you must bring the pie to Henry Law Park in Dover by 11:00 a.m. at the latest. Please limit one registration per person.
OTHER INFORMATION (details, details.....)
- There is no form to bring to the event this year. Your registration here is your entry into the contest.
- There is a maximum number of entries allowed, so enter today!
- We reserve the right to disqualify any entry based on the safety of our panel of judges.
- We are not responsible for pies or containers left unattended
- Decisions of the judges are final.
Look forward to seeing you at Apple Harvest Day!
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