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Thank you for a great Apple Pickin' season. It was wonderful to see old friends and make new ones!

We look forward to having you visit us again next fall for the 2015 Pick Your Own season. Keep checking here for opening day information. Our season is from around Labor Day (Mother Nature doesn't let us know when fruit is ready until closer to the actual day!) through Columbus Day weekend.

Have a wonderful holiday season and remember to include some great Rinker's Apple Cider at your holiday table. Check "where to buy" on this website for locations near you.

See you in September,

The Rinker family

Help Us Celebrate 43 years!! The Rinker and Friends Cookbook

The Rinkers have had apple orchards in the same location for over 100 years! However, the fall of 2014 will mark the 43rd year of the Pick Your Own apple orchard and we want you to join in our celebration! We are compiling our first ever Rinker and Friends Anniversary Cookbook and we want you, our friend, to be a part of it.

We are inviting you to send us your favorite apple recipes, Rinker Orchards memories, and pictures. We will compile the cookbook with your recipes and our Rinker recipes and have it ready for the 2015 apple picking season!

Please send us your contributions to RinkerOrchards.PickYourOwn@gmail.com and include your first name and last initial as well as your hometown! We will let you know that we have received them! By sending us your submissions, you are agreeing to have them printed in a cookbook that will be available to the public.

We are all very excited about this project and we all are looking forward to hearing from you!

We reserve the right to edit or reject any submissions we deem inappropriate.

 

 

 

 

 

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