Saturday, October 2nd, 2021
This year, there will be 8 farms on the tour. Below is just a sneak peek of what you can look forward to!
Please stay tuned for more details on when tickets will become available, and be sure to follow us on Instagram for all event updates! @experienceeg
Address: 18974 Leslie St, Sharon
The first stop of the Farm to Fork Tour is the historic Sharon Temple Museum, located in the heart of picturesque Sharon. Here, you’ll be able to take a tour of the temple and grounds, and shop the small vendor market. There will also be some fun activities for children. Sharon Temple is the perfect stop to kick off our annual Tour!
Address: 1631 Queensville Side Rd, Queensville
Located in quaint Queensville, The Queensville Country Store is a staple business for our community where you will be able to shop the finest and freshest products in Ontario. Renowned children’s author Carolyn Morris will be doing a special reading from her new book, and children will get the chance to hold baby ducks!
Address: 19619 McCowan Rd, Mt Albert
AE Natural Meats believes livestock should be raised “the way nature intended”. Lambs, cows, chickens, turkeys and pigs are raised in a stress-free environment and without the use of steroids or hormones. Shop some of the finest meats you will ever taste here
Address: 19618 E Townline, Mt Albert
The Giving Place is a piece of serenity nestled in the countryside of Mt. Albert. Learn about all the products and activities of the farm (lavender picking, yoga, honey making, pick-your-own wildflowers) and get the chance to take home your own sunflower bouquet and lavender infused cookies and scones!
Address: 18463 ON-48, Mt Albert
The Niemi Family Farm is truly one of a kind. From stunning fall flowers, to freshly made baked goods, to locally made decor, and organic produce, you’ll be amazed at what you discover here!
Address: 1337 Holborn Rd, Queensville ON, L0G 1R0
A family owned and operated business, Holburne Mushroom Farm has three generations currently involved in the daily operation. The farm is comprised of 4 growing rooms with approximately 20,000 square feet of growing space, and produces a high volume of Shiitake Mushrooms – around 7,000 pounds per week! Holburne Mushroom Farm is the largest grower of Shiitake Mushrooms in Canada, and we are so excited to have them back on the tour this year!