Celebrate the Harvest September 29 and 30.

The Harvest Moon, close to the Fall Equinox, is the traditional time to Celebrate The Harvest, so come out on the weekend of September 29 and September 30 and visit farms, farm shops and farmers markets. Come to  the Celebrate the Harvest Supper at the Tweed Pavilion. Enjoy a wonderful meal cooked by Chef Matt Riga from the Port Bistro Pub, Trenton, featuring meat, vegetables and fruit from local farms. it is at the famous Tweed Dance Pavilion built in 1929 on the shores of Stoco Lake. It is a family event so children are welcome. Adults $25, children 6-12 years old $5 children five years and under are free. Call (613) 395-4388 or email louisetubb.ca to reserve tickets as numbers are limited.

Learn about saving heritage seeds at The Village Green, Foxboro. Learn about storing fruits and vegetables at Grills Orchards, Quinte West on October 30 10 a.m. – noon. You can download the poster below.
Celebrate The Harvest in North Hastings, on October 13. Check www.harvesthastings.ca for more details.

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