Huntington Historical Society’s annual Apple Festival returned Sunday. Unlike last year, the weather was picture perfect and a large crowd roamed the grounds enjoying the fine weather and the festival’s exhibits and activities. Square dancing was well subscribed; scarecrow-stuffing station was mobbed. The bee hive oven was fired up and cranking out bread just like they used to make in Huntington about 200 years ago. The spooky haunted barn was a hoot and especially thrilling for the kids was exiting straight in front of the Bon-Bons Chocolatier table pile high with candy apples. The only part of the visit to Kissam house that wasn’t fun was talking the kids into leaving.