Thousands expected to return as Peach Festival returns to Marysville

Peaches will take center stage in Marysville this weekend as thousands of people are expected to turn out for the annual Marysville Peach Festival The two-day event begins Friday at 4 p.m. Featuring all kinds of peaches Sarah Paget, owner of Sadaro Orchards, will Serve peach parfait at their booth alongside fresh fruit, the parfait features layer upon layer of fresh peach slices, whipped cream and peach cobbler, and other festival favorites include peach cocktail, peaches ice cream and more. It is the twenty-third year of the festival that was formed after Bagget’s mother brought the idea to the city council. “I love that it is a free event, I love that it is family friendly, and I love that community members can make it possible,” said Bagget. Sarah Bagget is a fourth-generation Sadaro who works in the orchard and has handed the torch to her daughters who continue to work in the fruit pavilion and festival tent to char their favorite fruits. They share the family recipe for “Grandma’s Famous Peach Cobbler,” which only works with Sadaro peaches—they declare in the blink of an eye. Hot days and cool nights are the perfect climate for stone-core fruits that grow to be the size of a softball with some cultivars.” White Nectar White Peach Very sweet and very juicy. It has great acidity and its sugar blend and it’s just great. Paget said the festival begins Friday at 4 p.m. and again on Saturday at 10 a.m. and ends every night at 10 p.m. You can find more information about the free festival on the Marysville Peach Festival website.

Peaches will take center stage in Marysville this weekend as thousands of people are expected to turn out for the annual Marysville Peach Festival.

The two-day event begins Friday at 4 p.m. and features all things peach.

Sarah Paget, owner of Sadaro Orchards, will serve peach parfait at their booth along with fresh fruit.

The parfait features layer upon layer of fresh peach slices, whipping cream, and peach cobbler.

Other festival favorites include peach cocktail, raita, peach, ice cream, and more.

This is the 23rd year of the festival that was formed after Paget’s mother brought the idea to the city council.

“I love that it is a free event, I love that it is family friendly, and I love that community members can interact and participate as sellers so we can share our fortune,” Paget said.

Sarah Baggett is a fourth-generation Sadaro who works in the orchard and has handed the torch to her daughters who continue to work at the fruit stand and festival tent sharing her favorite fruits.

They also share a family recipe for “Grandma’s Peach Cobbler,” which only works with Sadaro peaches — she announces in the blink of an eye.

Hot days and cool nights are the perfect climate for pomegranate fruit that grows to the size of a softball with some varieties.

“White nectarine peaches are very sweet and very juicy,” Paget said. “They have great acidity and a mix of sugar, and they’re great. They’re great eating peaches.”

The festival begins on Friday at 4 pm and again on Saturday at 10 am and ends every night at 10 pm

You can find more information about the free festival on the Marysville Peach Festival website.

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