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Sunday, October 2, 2016, 11 AM – 4PM
Come on out and join your neighbours in celebrating the fall harvest by learning first-hand how to press apples and bring home some fresh (non-alcoholic) apple cider!
Who? People who are ages 1 to 101 (but we’re flexible on either side), think apples are pretty cool, are up for squeezing some juice, and ready to meet their makers with their neighbours. Juice makers, that is.
What to bring?
1. A jar. This is a B.Y.O.J. event – bring one, and go home with some fresh apple cider.
2. Optional: Apples for sharing, if you’ve got ‘em. But don’t worry if you don’t – we’ll have plenty.
We’re also looking to produce and taste-test a few New West single-tree heritage ciders, so drop a note if you’ve got a tree you would like to nominate.
Brought to you with contributions of time, knowledge, equipment, money and apples from a growing list of friends and neighbours. Come join us!
Let us know you’re coming:
Mark, Will, Isaiah & Leo