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Sunday, January 5, 2020, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM 780 Gurneytown Road, Appleton, Maine 04862.
Recycle the season! Our goats would love to recycle your Christmas tree! Drop off your clean, no-spray, no-tinsel tree for our goats to turn into future cheese. Visit with the goats, and enjoy a cup of hot chocolate! Please, make sure there are no ornaments left on the tree, and no wreaths please. Cheese will be available for sale. Find map to our location here.
November 23 & 24, 10 am – 4 pm at the Cross Center in Bangor. We’ll be there again, just in time for your Thanksgiving table. Stock up for the holidays. The Maine Harvest Festival , presented by the Maine Potato Board (mainepotatoes.com), is Maine’s annual orgy of delicious, locally produced products, and is a great opportunity to fill those holiday gift baskets full of Maine-made foodstuffs.
Sunday, October 13, 2019, 11 am to 4 pm.
We’ve been making cheese here at Appleton Creamery for 25 years, and we’re proud of it. Join us on Maine’s Open Creamery Day ( we call it Goatapalooza here at Appleton Creamery.
Maine’s Open Creamery Day, where creameries around the state are open to the public!
Come visit our farm, meet the goats, sample some cheese, eat some pizza from the wood-fired oven. Also joining us will be Sisters Soap with goats milk soap, Dragon Fly Cove Farm with goat meat, and Brazen Baking with artisan breads and crackers, as well as Stone Fox Creamery with ice cream, and Spinner Penelope Olson will be demonstrating spinning goat fiber. Live music by Scot Cannon! We always have fun! And in celebration of our 25th Silver Jubilee, will we have the grand drawing of our anniversary raffle, with first, second, and third prizes (need not be present to win). Click for more details. and how to find the farm.