September 30 & October 1
Our annual celebration of the fall harvest. The air will be filled with the enticing scents of a BBQ and a wine and beer garden. There will be live music Saturday 1-5 Marshall's Hill band (Cheryl & Randy Currie) and Sunday 1-5 Hone the Craft
SEMINARS BOTH DAYS:
11:00 AM: GROWING SMALL FRUITS
Learn how to site, plant and grow fruits such as currant, gooseberry, blueberry, raspberry and haskap.
1:00 PM :GROWING APPLES
Find out the best growing conditions for apples. We’ll discuss soils pruning and harvesting
2:00 PM: MAKING HARD CIDER
Learn the craft of hard cider making from award winning cider maker Erik Homenick. Caution it may make you thirsty!
3:00 PM: GROWING GRAPES
Grapes are easy to grow if all conditions are right. Find out how to best grow these vines and the techniques of pruning used to produce high quality fruit.
Usually the first and third Saturday of each month 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 unless noted seminars are free, unless noted, but pre-registration is strongly advised.
Limit of 50 people per seminar