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Getting ready for Thanksgiving and Christmas

This time of year, the aromas from our farm kitchen fill our farm market. The pleasant scent of meat pies fresh from our ovens, roasting butternut squash, baking fruit pies, and fresh harvest nut loaves fill the air. With Thanksgiving only about ten days away, our farm kitchen and bakery teams are in full production mode.

We are taking orders and prepping for a very busy holiday season. Please keep in mind that orders are always a good idea to ensure you get your preferred pie, bread, rolls, or side dish. Click here to see some of the many items we can cook or bake for you.

Our field crew has been staying warm these last couple of cold mornings by cutting greens and making wreaths. They are again headed up to the Rocks Christmas Tree Farm this week for more wreath-making brush and trees. By partnering with local Christmas tree producers, we can ensure that the trees we sell have not been cut too far ahead of the season. These freshly cut trees will be available starting this Saturday, November 19.

In our holiday greenhouse, poinsettia leaves have changed to vibrant red, pink, and white. These colorful plants, as well as other plants, are now ready for you.

We've started making wreaths in many shapes and sizes. We're also making decorated wreaths, Thanksgiving and Christmas arrangements, and centerpieces. Choose from the ones we've already made, or ask us to make one for you.

We are very excited to announce that our Christmas workshops series is back. See our events page for details about our workshops this year. There are limited spaces available in each workshop, and we anticipate these workshops being very popular. Sign up and reserve your space by calling us at 603-279-3915 or coming into our farm market.

Also, mark your calendars for our "Christmas at the Farm" celebration on December 17. In addition to Santa visiting the farm, we will have both free and paid workshops, food sampling, tractor rides, representatives from some of the small producers we partner with, and visits with the big man himself, Santa. He will arrive on a tractor, of course!!!

There's lots of food and fun at the farm this holiday season. We look forward to seeing you!


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