Our farm stand is open Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm for the 2019 season. We’re at 780 Gurneytown Road in Appleton. Credit/debit welcome. Learn more here.
Saturday & Sunday, December 8 & 9, 11 am to 5 pm
We’ll be at Sweetgrass again this year. Sample and stock up for the holidays at this fun event. Sweetgrass is located nearby. 347 Carroll Road, Union, Maine 04862. You can learn more about the event on their Facebook Page.
“Shop, sample, and sip your way through the Holiday Open house at Sweetgrass Farm Winery & Distillery.”
~ Sweetgrass Farm Winery & Distillery”
November 17 & 18 at the Cross Center in Bangor. We’ll be there. Here’s a chance for our northern Maine customers to stock up for the holidays.We’re making cheese to beat the band, so bring your cooler.
The Festival is one of the state’s favorite localvore foodie events, and is presented by Maine Potatoes, the Maine Potato Board – mainepotatoes.com. It’s a tasting and purchasing extravaganza sure to have something for everyone, and for all the folks on your gift list too.
We’ll be kicking off the 2018 goat cheese season with our annual Kid Hugging Day. In addition to our version of kid olympics (baby goats, that is), we’ll be joined at the Farm by the YumBus, offering tacos and crepes, and Stone Fox Creamery ice cream. Fuzzy Udder Creamery will be offering hot chocolate made with goats milk, and sheep’s milk truffles. You can find a map to Appleton Creamery here. Children are welcome and encouraged, but please, leave your pets at home. Map to the farm here.
After you hug our kids, we suggest you catch these other Midcoast Cheese Trail members, also hosting Kid Hugging Day on Sunday. Copper Tail Farm in Waldoboro, and Fuzzy Udder Creamery in Whitefield invite you to stop by the farms on Sunday, April 22, 11-4, to meet and cuddle kids (baby goats), sample and buy the first goat cheeses of the season, and learn about goats and sheep and how cheese is made.