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Family Farm Day

by Press Release
June 7, 2017

Family Farm Day Event Sunday June 11th 10 am to 4 pm

Join us for a fun day at the farm.

Live Music between speakers by The Hoot Owls (www.thehootowls.com)

Speaker Schedule:

11:00 The Grand Opening Ceremony for the Honeybee Apiary
12:00 1st Nature Walk with Marc Connolly
2:00 Backyard Orchard Care and Management Talk by Henry Patt
Nature Walk with Marc Connolly
3:00 Perennial Herb Uses & Benefits for Health and Ecosystem by Britney Overshiner

Demonstrations:
Wool Spinning and Carding by Carol McCleannan
Felting, Wool Hooking, Weaving and Wool Craft by Lisa Bobrin Wool Treasures Studios
Mobile Sawmill by Highland Wood's Jim Tarilli
Blacksmithing by Dirk Underwood



Vendors:
The Stone Soup Artisan Group - Fiber Artists who craft items for donations
Upswing Farm - Selling Seedlings and sharing a kids activity
Westland Acres - Selling Honey
Pink Truck Designs - Selling T-Shirts and Caps
Franklin AG way
Holliston Agriculter Commission
Tate Sisters - Face Painting

Food:
TC Scoops - Selling Ice Cream
Farm grilled Hamburgers and Hotdogs

A special thank you to Price Chopper, Shaws, Fiske's and Bazels for their contributions to this event.

 

 

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Comments (2)

I'd like to also thank Gilfoy Art and Framing as well as the Big Y for their generous contributions.

- Kristen Heller | 6/7/17 5:18 PM

Missing from the speakers line up is Jeff LaFleur. Topic is cranberries at 1.00pm. Also check our website at Hollistoncommunityfarm.org for more information

- Pj kilkelly | 6/7/17 8:35 AM

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