City Cider Festival 2017 Event Preview
If you’re looking for a little Sunday cider adventure, City Cider – presented by Not Far From The Tree – is hosted at the Spadina Museum on Sunday Sept 17th for its seventh year. It offers a very backyard, family friendly opportunity to sample a few ciders and keep the kids active as well.
Fun for kids includes children’s songs, potato sack races, face painting, orchard tours, arborist experience for kids, observational bee colony, a traditional printing press and art-making. There will also be lots of music and a community market.
There will be lots of food on-site as well, featuring:
- Momofuku Daisho
- The Drake Commissary
- The Birchwood Kitchen
- NFFT BBQ and Apple Fritters
- Local Food Trucks!
*Food & drink tickets will be available for purchase on event day.
You can also tour the grounds, Spadina Museum Historic House & Gardens – that wheelchair accessible and there is an elevator that accesses all levels of the museum.
Other Ways to Participate
Want to volunteer at the event? Register here: https://notfarfromthetree.org/volunteer-registration/
Want to be apart of the Cider Squad and make cider at the event? Click here: https://notfarfromthetree.org/2016/06/22/join-the-cider-squad/
Learn much more on the Not Far From The Tree website
Online advanced tickets are $10 and it includes a souvenir mason jar glass! Buy them here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/city-cider-2017-tickets-36409004312. Tickets at the door are $15 and children under 12 are free.
More photos are here from last year.