PHIA President Dennis Robinson said he hopes residents will show up, despite the clouds.
"This will be another wonderful opportunity for neighbors to get together and have a nice time," Robinson told Patch. "This event provides an opportunity to take a step back in time to relax and enjoy the company of family and friends in a fun and slow-paced setting."
Robinson also thanked the owner of Chapel Hills Farm, Russell Berk, and the operators of the farm for hosting the event, which will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
Parking and entrance is free, along with sack races and bobbing for apples. Tickets are available for $2 for hay rides, train rides, the petting zoo and other activities.
To get you into the apple-eating mood, Patch has this list of apple-based recipes, from Allrecipes.com: