Mark you calendars! Santa will be coming to visit the farm 6 days this season.
Come join us this weekend for great tobogganing and our huge straw bale fort.
Unfortunately due to a family emergency, the horse drawn wagon rides won’t be operating tomorrow (Sunday, December 17).
There are lots of great gift ideas for your last minute Christmas shopping!
As long as our snow stays, our sliding hill at Cedar Hill Christmas Tree Farm is open! Other special events this 2016 season include:
- December 3 – Horse drawn sleigh rides 10am to 3pm
- December 4 – Horse drawn sleigh rides 10am to 3pm | Come meet Santa 11am to 2pm
- December 10 – Fire prevention day with Mississippi Mills Fire Department
- December 11 – Horse drawn sleigh rides 10am to 3pm | Come meet Santa noon to 2pm
It’s that time of year again…spring planting of beautiful little Christmas tree transplants!! Paul drove the tractor, Hannah and Ria were on the planter wearing rainsuits to keep dry, and Devon kept us supplied with trees. Levi and Devon had a tough job straightening the trees and tamping them firmly into the soil.
Grant and Pamela Martin will be moving to our farm in August and are very involved in decision making. Grant came for the weekend to learn the planting process and he was a huge help with all jobs. We probably ate too many goodies this weekend. Emmy’s brownies, cookies, and butter tarts were a real treat!!
Now we need a good rainfall to nourish the trees!
We are so pleased to be part of the movie ‘A Rooftop Christmas Tree’ being filmed in Almonte this month.
Today the crew filmed several scenes at our farm. Our rustic workshop with all of Paul’s tools, workbench and machine parts seemed to be perfect for the story line.
Scenes were also shot on our covered bridge and in our Christmas tree field. Paul and I wonder what the Forsythe pioneers who settled our farm in the 1820s would have thought of all this activity.