Farm Fair: The second annual Farm Fair at MaryJane’s Farm, will be Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is $3. Children 15 and under get in free.
Activities include self-guided tours of MaryJane Butter’s organic farm, a hog calling contest, musical entertainment and children’s activities.
Vendors will be selling antiques and collectibles, fresh vegetables and flowers. A prepared lunch is available.
U-pick fields with iris, lettuce, peas, strawberries and garlic scapes (the tender curling stalks that appear this time of year,) will be open.
MaryJane’s Farm is located approximately eight miles southeast of Moscow, Idaho.
Directions: Take Highway 8 east toward Troy. Turn right onto Lenville Road (approximately two miles from Moscow.) Follow signs.
For more information call Dory at (208) 882-6819 or go to www.maryjanesfarm.org
I like my antiques with a cherry on top: The antiques filled barn at High Country Orchard will open Friday.
In addition to U-pick fruit ( the cherries should be ripe in a week!) the orchard features an espresso bar, fresh-baked pies, lunch and fruit smoothies, owner JoAnne Smatlan stocks the barn with antiques like iron stoves, iron beds and cribs, kitchen cupboards and primitive farm furnishings and implements.
High Country Orchard is located at 8518 East Greenbluff Road. Hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information call 238-9545.
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