Details: Join us at Hart House Farm for our annual Cider & Song event and spend a beautiful fall day in the countryside! There will be gardening, music, and a delicious seasonal lunch and dinner.
Bring your jars and water bottles, because we’ll be pressing freshly harvested apples at the farm into cider. Whether you want to lend a hand in the apple-pressing process or just watch this tradition from the side, there will be lots of cider for guests to enjoy.
Other activities include a baking or craft workshop. The farm is also a great place to walk leisurely about the countryside or climb and explore the cliffs and caves. We even suggest bringing a bathing suit and towel to swim in the pond and then warm up in a wood-burning sauna afterwards!
Cider & Song is the perfect chance to check out the Canadian countryside during the autumn season. We hope to see you there!
This event is open to U of T students and Hart House Members only.
U of T students and Hart House Members may purchase tickets for up to 2 guests and must attend the event with their guest(s). You may be asked to show proof of your Hart House membership or U of T student card at the bus/farm.
When: Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016
10 am – Bus leaves Hart House (arrive at Farm at 11 am)
6 pm – Bus leaves Hart House Farm (arrive at Hart House at 7 pm)
Where: Hart House Farm, 15911 Creditview Rd., Caledon, Ontario
Cost: SOLD OUT
Children under 12 are free provided they travel by car.
Please note that no children under 18 months will be allowed on the bus; any young child on the bus must be able to sit up on their own (support their own weight) and have a parent/caregiver sitting beside them.
Please list any allergies present when buying tickets.
Bring swimming attire to enjoy access to the sauna and ponds. No lifeguard is on duty.
Pets are not permitted on the Farm.
Please note that the premises of the Hart House farm are not wheelchair accessible. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional questions or information.
Look up the Farm Committee on Facebook to learn more!