LORDSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – The Lordstown Apple Cider Festival is back after a year off due to COVID-19.
The three-day event is jam-packed with all of your favorite activities from years past, like the craft show, which is sponsored by the festival’s committee.
There will also be a car show that’s open to all vehicles. Proceeds go to the Warren and Youngstown Family Rescue Missions.
There will also be a T-shirt sale, 5K race and a parade.
All the fun starts Friday evening at the Lordstown school grounds, located on the corner of Route 45 and Salt Springs Road. The festival goes until Sunday.