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4th Annual Raspberry Festival
 
Saturday, July 19, 2014
 
788030 Beaver Valley Road ( Grey Rd 13), Clarksburg, Tel: 519-599-3691
 
Come for an hour and end up staying for the full day; try your hand at some of our games, relax while you feed the animals, pick your own raspberries and mingle with both old friends and new.
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10:00am      
OPENING of Market


Our market will be open all day with tasty treats and cool drinks. You can even grab a fresh or frozen pie to go with your dinner entree all from the same place. Find a gift for someone special or a piece for decorating your own house or cottage. Enjoy our homemade jams and jelly’s made right here at the Pantry and try some local preserves, including honey, maple syrup, barbeque sauce, pickles and more. Also, check out our fresh veggie section and grab some locally grown fruits and veggies!
 


11:00am-3:00pm
Wagon Ride through the farm
 
Enjoy a free scenic tour of a working farm, travel through the orchard see the apple trees growing for their fall harvest and get a glimpse of the Pick-Your-Own Pumpkin patches as they begin growing.
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Raspberry Picking ($) 
 
We supply the boxes and the raspberries; you supply the pickers! Enjoy a treat while you're out there because we all know how hard raspberry picking can be! We will know if you have a treat because we will see the juice on your chin! Don’t worry, snacking in the raspberry patch is encouraged!
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Pony Rides ($)
 
$10.00 per ride 
 
This pony ride is on a special trail that begins at the fruit stand and has been cut through the Mcintosh, Spartan and Spy blocks and ends up by the Raspberry Patch; each rider gets this special tour by one of our staff members.
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11:00am
Festival Activities Begin
 
$35.00 for Family Pass
   (2 adults & 2 children)
$12.00 per adult
$7.00 per child 12 and under.


Your passport includes access to our Activity Zone:
 
Unlimited/10 Hole Orchard Trail Mini-Golf on a ½ km trail through orchard
 
Get a bit dirty on our Sand Mountain
 
Visit with our farm animals in the petting areas

Untangle yourself from our Rope Maze
 
Get lost in the Cedar Maze
 
Try to lasso one of our calves
 
Visit the Wildlife Interactive Center
 
Get your face painted

Tractor ride around the farm.
 
and at Noon 
TASTE TESTING & PAIRING with Georgian Hills Vineyard’s award winning wine with locally created food delights.
 
Taster snack provided for the children in your care.
 
 
Jean Lewis Knight of Sustenance Catering 
 
Philip Tarlo of the Collingwood Cooking Academy and Willow Trace B & B

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Scott Chalmers and Andrew Barber of Simplicity Bistro