Cider doughnuts, raised doughnuts, product samples, coffee and hot cider, bring the farmstand to life in the chilly temperatures. Pick up your seasonal produce for the week while eating something tasty.
Fridays, October–December, 3-6pm
Each October, our Pumpkin Festival draws more than 1,500 people of all ages to our farm. This event features Good Food concessions, live music, horse-drawn wagon rides, kids’ activities, and pick your own pumpkins. This is a green event; minimize your footprint by bringing your own place setting!
15th Annual Pumpkin Festival
Sunday, October 8, 2017, 10am-3pm
Come celebrate crisp temperatures, beautiful foliage, and bountiful fall harvest while enjoying community, great food, local musicians, and kids’ activities. Bring the family — there is something for everyone! Cedar Circle Farm’s 14th Annual Pumpkin Festival in on Sunday, October 8, from 10am to 3pm. Here’s what we’re cooking up for you, stay tuned for details in September!
Main Stage 10:30-12:30 am
Main Stage 1-3 pm
Take your family on a self-guided farm tour, pick pumpkins from our pumpkin patch, press cider, or hop in the horse-drawn wagon and get the latest news on what is happening in each area of the farm.
Be sure to arrive hungry!
Visit our raffle table! Your raffle donation will help provide local families with subsidized CSA shares through NOFA-VT’s Farm Share Program. We have great raffle prizes, so you won’t want to miss out!
Farmstand and Hello Café
The Hello Café and farmstand will be open during the festival for you to enjoy a latté and purchase some farm-fresh organic produce while enjoying the festival.
Festival Entry Fee: $10 per car
Be a Festival Volunteer!
We absolutely rely on the diverse talents of volunteers to help the festival run smoothly. Our volunteers get free admission, lunch and dessert, and a discount in the farmstand! If you’d like to volunteer, please fill out our Volunteer Registration Form. We’d love to have you!
Strawberry Festival Announcement
This year, instead of hosting our usual Strawberry Festival, we’ve decided to bring the focus back to pick-your-own, in hopes of better engaging our local community (you!) in a fun (and educational) way. This June, when you come to pick berries on a Saturday or Sunday, keep an eye out for other fun, on-farm activities. You may just catch a wagon ride, some live music, or a special treat from our kitchen!
Photos: Ben Fleishman