*Today is Pirate Day! Aaaaaarrrrrrr....*
Ahoy thar matey! On July 27th, 2015, we shall be celebratin' pirates all across th' land AND Raspberries! Join us as we welcome our host o' the event- Cap'n Silly Joe. So all o' ye landlubbers grab ye fellow lads 'n lasses fer a day filled t' th' top wit' magic from our matey John Bundy, costumed characters, music from the talented Trinidad Steel Band, Pick Your Own Raspberries, delicious treats, one o' a kind recipes 'n much much more! X will be markin’ th' spot t' where we buried yer treasure...
Pick Your Own Raspberries begins at 8:00 am!
Jammin' with Judi 11:00 am until 2:00 pm
Linvilla’s Own Judi loves to cook for her family and, lucky for us, she also enjoys sharing her recipes and expertise with everyone she meets. Judi will be hanging out in front of our Farm Market preparing homemade jam and giving you pointers about how to preserve your fresh picked fruit! We’ll have samples and answers to your questions
Visit with these Costumed Characters:
Honey Bear 11:30 am
Orchard Explorer 1:00 pm
Purple Dinosaur 2:45 pm
Live in concert: Trinidad Steel Band! Performances at 12pm & 2pm
Our featured performer is Magician John Bundy! His performance delivers family entertainment filled with magic, wonder, comedic relief and audience participation! You will see amazing things happen right before your eyes! Shows at 11am & 1:30 pm
Grab your eye patches and finish your grog...or be ready to walk the plank!
Be sure to try some of these activities during the Raspberry Festival!
This week's topic: New & Unusual Plants
This week's topic: Soil Testing!
This month Miss Marcia will be discussing pollinators and how important they are to our world. As always there will be a fun project involved. *Free*
Every Tuesday @ 10 am
Join us every Tuesday as a member of our staff reads an entertaining story featuring gardens, farming, animals and nature! Children can alsocreate a special craft each week! Meet in our Garden Center. Designed for preschoolers, but your entire family is welcome to join us.
Gardening with Heirlooms