Cider & Song at the Hart House Farm


Cider and SongDetails:  Join us at Hart House Farm for our annual Cider n’ 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 gardening workshop and open mic, so bring your voice, musical instruments and maybe some gardening gloves while you’re at it, too. 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 n’ Song is the perfect chance to check out the Canadian countryside during the autumn season. We hope to see you there!

 

When: Sat., Oct. 18 2014
Start and End Times:
10 am – Bus departs from Hart House, 7 Hart House Circle; arrives at Hart House Farm at 11 am
7 pm – Bus departs from Hart House Farm; arrives at Hart House at 8 pm
Where: 15911 Creditview Rd., Caledon, Ontario (Directions)

Cost:
$15 with bus transportation
$10 without bus transportation

Tickets will be available soon.

 

 

 

Additional Details:

 

As the temperature is often cooler up north, we ask that you bring appropriate clothing to stay warm! Here are some other suggested items to bring:

  • A jar or other leak-proof container to bring home some Cider
  • Socks or slippers to wear inside the Farm (no outdoor footwear may be worn inside)
  • A reuseable mug for beverages and/or a water bottle
  • Sturdy footwear you don’t mind getting wet/dirty
  • Camera (optional)

 

 

Look up the Farm Committee on Facebook to learn more!


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