We have started our own YouTube channel. We show some of the things behind the scenes at the farm as well as a glimpse into family life at the farm. Make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss out on any of our videos!!!
Sugarbush has come to an end. We will be closed until May 13th when we re-open for the summer. Stayed tuned for all the detail about our exciting new Farmers Market we’re hosting here at the farm which also opens May 13th and runs every Saturday from 9am – 2pm.
Spring has fully arrived and it’s the last two days of our Sugarbush program. We are open today Friday, 14 March and tomorrow Saturday, 15 March from 9 AM to 4 PM both days. We will be closed Easter Sunday and Easter Monday to spend time with our families. The Farm will re-open 13 May for the rest of the summer. The 13th of May is also the launch of our farmers market here at Thr Log Farm. We have around 30 local vendors who will be set up Saturdays from 9 AM to 2 PM. The Farm will be open as well both Saturday and Sunday from 9 AM till 4 PM. Thanks to all those who joined us for Sugarbush and we hope to see you again soon!
This Friday April 14th and Saturday April 15th are our last two days of Sugar Bush!! We will be open from 9am-4pm both days. Pancake breakfast will be served all day! Take a walk up to the farm site visit all the farm animals and step back in time in the Bradley’s original homestead from 1854. Catch a wagon ride out to our sugar bush where we have a walking trail through the maples. Don’t forget to enjoy the sweetness of the pure Taffy on the snow one last time this season!
We are open all weekend (8th & 9th) from 9am – 4pm. This week has been very wet and the farm and sugarbush are very muddy. We suggest proper spring footwear because not matter how much we try we just can beat the mud. Hope to see you all soon!!!
Guess what???? It snowed again. There’s a shock. This winter just won’t seem to end. We are open all weekend from 9am-4pm and the sap should be running and we’ll be making syrup. Stop by and visit the sugarbush collect some sap, enjoy the wagon ride and have some fresh maple syrup on some homemade pancakes and sausage.
We are so proud to be part of the NCC’s Confederation Pavilion Program. We are listed as the Pioneer Pavilion. Here is the link to check it all out. http://www.ncc-ccn.gc.ca/planning/canada-150/confederation-pavilions