Where do broken hearts go?
Sad to say we are parting ways for another season. As has happened decade upon decade, Autumn, for us, is over. This Sunday, October 31, is our last day of the 2010 produce season. We hope you thoroughly enjoyed the season of plenty that we have had, and thank you so much for your patronage.
This felt like a particularly good year in the field and the stand and we are so pleased you were a part of it. We are not going meekly into the dark night though. You may have already seen that we are hard at work on our next phase. We have begun moving loam and gravel around behind the stand to prepare for two new growing greenhouses. These will replace the remaining aging structures near the main stand and refocus all of our garden department in the large glass house. This will open up space for future renovations to the farm stand, clues to which you may have noticed hanging around this fall.
In the meantime there is still time to pick up your pumpkins and apples and any other favorites you will be sorry to see go. Of course many of the sauces, jam and jellies are on sale as we want to clear the shelves. So be sure to take advantage of the many deals available.
Once we close Sunday evening, we will remain so til the Friday after Thanksgiving, at which point we will welcome you for the holiday season with Christmas trees and Pointsettias, greens, garlands, wreaths, ornaments and much more.