2018 Fall Festivals
Each Saturday & Sunday, September & October
Come visit the farm for some Fall Fun and Activities!
Apple Picking is open every day from 8:00 until 5:00.
Our Pumpkin Patch will open September 15th. Pick out the perfect pumpkin for Halloween!
Join us from 10:00 to 5:00 in our Children’s Festival Area. Activities include:
- Animals & Playground
- Bounce House
- Inflatable Super Slide
- Cow Train Rides
- Face painting/Airbrush Tattoos
- Spin Art
- Construction diggers
Tickets are $12.00 per child (adults and children under 2 year of age are free to enter). Hayrides will also be available for $5.00 per person (children under 2 years of age are free to ride).
And don’t forget to stop in the farm stand for some delicious apple cider donuts, caramel apples, apple cider, ice cream in our special fall flavors and other fall treats.
September 15th & 16th
In addition to our Fall Festival Smolak Farms and BAE Systems/the Red Sox Foundation are honored to co-host our Fall Military Appreciation Weekend on Saturday and Sunday from 9 – 4. This is an apple picking event for active-duty military and their families. Congressman Seth Moulton will be stopping by on Saturday at noon to participate in a short speaking program. We would like to extend a sincere THANK YOU to all of our military families!
2018 Peach & Plum Season
We are still picking our juicy peaches and plums while supplies last!
2018 Sweet and Tart Cherries Season Has Ended
Thank you for a wonderful 2018 season!
We will see you in 2019!
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Smolak on NBC10 Boston!
We had meteorologist, Michael Page, from NBC10 Boston visit the farm this morning and provide an update on the strawberry picking season!
Check out the video here!
Thank You Pentucket Bank!
We received a check for $7,500 and we are very grateful to Pentucket Bank for their continued support of the community and the farm.
Special thanks to Marian Donohue, AVP, Senior Branch Manager, and Leeanne Petrou, VP – Marketing & Community Relations, for their dedication to these projects.
February 18: A Message from Michael Smolak
They talked about the negative consequences of manufactured and processed food versus fresh food from the farm in terms of health, obesity and the environment.
ABC’s final comment was: “Eat from the farms and not the factory.”
I don’t think it can be put any better or directly than that.
As we get ready to start planting our CSA crops, we are very excited. We have the best plan for this year’s CSA and great people on the CSA team.
We expect a dramatic improvement with our offerings this year.
For those of you who have been past customers, welcome back and for those new customers, you are due for a pleasant surprise.