With the help of local service clubs, organizations and churches, several booths are operated on the street mall with all profits going to the festival committee for distribution: the Board of Trade runs a pancake and sausage breakfast, the Lions Club sells sausage on a bun, the Optimists run a wet booth with schnitzel on a bun, the Lutheran churches sell apple dumplings, and Mennonite churches sell apple fritters. We also serve a smorgasbord dinner serving Waterloo County home cooking, such as pigtails, spareribs, sauerkraut, and roast beef. Free tours to specialty farms and the A.W. Jantzi Cider Mill, with free samples of food and drink available at the cider mill. We draw over 100 competitors to our Horseshoe tournament, with many of the top players from Canada and the United States competing. We provide ongoing street entertainment using talent from the surrounding area. Our quilt auction attracts buyers from as far away as the USA. All quilts are donated by local churches and senior citizen groups. Craft demonstrations include quilting, soap making, bonsai tree making and apple crafts. Our vendors market is a main attraction for its crafts and foods. When the weather cooperates, our antique car and tractor display and parade draws over 100 vehicles for our visitors. And the regatta of remote-control boats runs all day long on the Wellesley pond.