Farm Day Tickets Now Available

We invite all our subscribers, their friends and family to come out to the farm on Saturday, October 24th from 2 until 5 p.m.  There will be strawberries for picking and pumpkins just in time for Halloween, live music, and food, local beer and wine, and produce for sale.
This year we will be showcasing our new farm, which is where the berry patch is planted.  If you’ve been to Farm Day in the past, expect things to be a bit different.  The event this year will take place in an open field, so beach umbrellas or shade “pop-ups” may come in handy if it’s still warm and sunny.
Tickets for the event are $5, and can be exchanged at the event for produce at our Farm Stand, pumpkins, or adult beverages.  Children under 6 get in free.  We encourage TFF subscribers to bring guests, but the event is not open to the general public.
Subscribers will  receive an email invitation to the event with more information and a link to the registration page.  We ask that you register each member of your household (other than young kids) individually; each household member can also get tickets for two guests.
If you don’t receive the email, please contact us and we will send you an invite.
Thanks,
Pablito

 

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