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Breakfast on the Farm

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Breakfast on the Farm

Time: August 2, 2014 from 9am to 1pm
Location: Stanlee Farms Inc.
City/Town: Avonmore
Website or Map: http://www.farmfoodcare.org/f…
Event Type: breakfast, on, the, farm
Organized By: Farm & Food Care
Latest Activity: Jul 8, 2014

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Event Description

What is Breakfast on the Farm?

  • Family friendly event that gives visitors a glimpse of what farming is all about.
  • Tour a farm, see farm animals and farm equipment, talk with farmers and enjoy a breakfast featuring Ontario foods.
  • Event runs from 9:00a.m. to 1:00p.m.; breakfast will be served from 9:00a.m. to 11:00a.m.
  • Event is free to attend but tickets are required.  You can reserve your FREE ticket by clicking here.  No additional tickets will be available at the event.
  • Event will run rain or shine.  Wear comfortable, weather appropriate clothing and shoes.
  • No pets are permitted.  Service animals are exempted.

We're looking for volunteers to help us make this event a success.  To see what's involved, descriptions of volunteer opportunities and to sign up please click here.

NOTE: Volunteers do not need to register for a separate breakfast ticket.  Volunteers are included in the count for breakfast.

Interested in partnering or sponsoring the event?  Click here to see the sponsorship opportunities available.

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