We hope you will join us in Bridgeville, Delaware on Friday, October 11th and Saturday, October 12th for the Apple Scrapple Festival. New vendor applications will be posted on April 1, 2019. Thank you for your continued support!
Hosted by the Southern Delaware Street Rod Association from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm on Saturday. Car Show participants must arrive between 7am and 9am and enter via Main Street, onto Delaware Avenue. Registration opens at 7:30 am on Delaware Ave.; judging 1:00 - 3:00 (must be registered by 1:00 pm); awards 3:30 pm at Stage. Open to street rods, customs, pro-street, antiques, classics, muscle cars, special interest, 4x4, new cars & trucks, motorcycles (no motor homes or campers). $10.00 registration fee.
Enjoy our entertainment stage Friday night and Saturday with quality entertainers! Check out the schedule for more information.
The Kiwanis Club sponsors the Apple Scrapple Home Decorating Contest. Registration is not required. All decorations must be within keeping of the Apple Scrapple theme by using apples and scrapple or a fascimilie of each. Contest winners will be announced Friday evening at the main stage. Judging will be completed on Thursday, therefore it is important to have your decorations in place by the Wednesday before the festival.
Visit Delaware's oldest and Sussex County's only commercial apple orchard for tours, demonstrations, exhibits, wagon rides, free samples, and more! Free transportation will be provided between the farm and PNC Bank.
You won’t want to miss the Invitational Scrapple Sling. This event is by “invitation only”, join us as local and state representatives compete for the coveted Scrapple Sling trophy! You never know who may be slinging scrapple; from our Sussex County Council members, local mayors, pageant queens, to County and State officials. The sling will take place on Saturday at approximately 2 p.m. at the stage area, behind the fire hall. Come out and support your favorite. Who will take home the trophy this year? For more information, contact Town Hall at 302-337-7135.
Organizations such as Division of Family Services, MADD, Department of Public Health, Alzheimer's Association, and many more display information at the Fire Hall. For more information or to have the application emailed to you, contact Miranda Collins at [email protected] and you can find the application here: https://forms.gle/9nsZAFuet3bMNVm39
These signature events feature contestants chunkin' scrapple "shot-put" style, tossing iron skillets, and tossing apples! Prizes are awarded to the top finishers in each event. These events will be held on Saturday beginning at 1:00 pm at a NEW LOCATION: 2 N. Laws Street by the cemetary gate! Registration begins at 1:00 for the Apple Toss, 1:30 for the Skillet Toss, and 2:00 for the Scrapple Chunkin' Contest.
St. Mary's Episcopal Church on North William Street will serve a chili luncheon from 10 am to 3 pm. The lunch will consist of homemade chili, chicken salad sandwiches, rolls, and beverages. The church will also hold a bake sale from 10 am to 3 pm. Also check out the quilt display.
Organizations such as Division of Family Services, MADD, Department of Public Health, Alzheimer's Association, and many more display information at the Fire Hall. For more information or to have the application emailed to you, contact Miranda Collins at [email protected] and you can find the application here: https://goo.gl/forms/hov0O8Ckq6y3QPED2
Lots and lots of vendors, both individuals and businesses, will be showcasing their services and wares. The show, held on Walnut Street and Laws Street, begins bright and early at 9 am on Saturday and runs until around 5 pm. Vendor Update: Capacity reached for LulaRoe, Paparazzi, Scentsy and Hemp products.
The food court is a juried event and we take pride in offering diverse choices to our festival goers. Our food court cannot expand and we must limit our vendors for this reason. Additionally, food court fees are based upon the amount and type of menu options you wish to offer. The years’ previous vendors are invited back and spots available after the deadline are filled according to items needed in the food court. If you are interested in being considered, please provide detailed contact information, intended menu options, and a digital image of your set-up. Once we receive this information, we can make our determination. Please send the information to [email protected]
tables and tables of goodies! Something for everyone!! Call Chairman Annette Cannon during the day at 302-337-8771 for information and applications.
The show, held on Delaware Avenue and Laws Street, begins bright and early at 9 am on Saturday and runs until around 5 pm. Vendor Update: Capacity reached for LulaRoe, Paparazzi, Scentsy and Hemp products.
Great selection of homemade crafts inside of the Woodbridge Middle School located on Laws Street.
Tables and tables of goodies! Something for everyone!! Call Chairman Annette Cannon during the day at 302-337-8771 for information and applications.
The 5K Hogg Jogg sponsored by O.A.Newton's Lindenmere Home & Gift Market will be held at the Heritage Shores Sugar Beet Market and the course will run through the Heritage Shores community and golf course. On site registration begins at 7:15 am and the race begins at 8:00 am. Fee: $15. A t-shirt will be awarded to all runners with special awards to top female and male finishers in each age group. Contact Chairman Tim Parks at 302-858-9411 for more information.
Welcome Shaw and Sons Amusements! Enjoy the rides and help support the Bridgeville Library! Thursday night is our Hometown Carnival night from 4-9pm. Enjoy all the rides with an $18 all you can ride bracelet. Friday night from 4-10pm, ride the rides with a $20 one price bracelet. Saturday, the rides are open from 9:30 am to 11 pm. Tickets are $1 each or buy a family pack of 20 tickets for $18 and 40 tickets for $30
The food court is one of our main attractions, with everything from apple dumplings to scrapple sandwiches, wings, fries, pies, funnel cakes, oyster sandwiches, crab cakes, BBQ, cheesesteaks and more! The apple dumplings served with ice cream are one of the most popular. Quench your thirst with Pepsi beverages, our official beverage sponsor of the festival. The Union United Methodist Men sponsor an “All You Can Eat” Breakfast on Saturday in the Fellowship Hall of the Methodist Church on Laws Street from 7-11 am on Saturday.
This event will be held on Friday, October 11th at 6:30pm on the main stage behind the Bridgeville Fire Hall.