Join us for family fun activities, a live musical performance, and celebrating locally grown Ontario apples.
From pies & pastries to jams, jellies & freshly prepared ready-to-eat dishes, experience the best of Ontario’s harvest season.
Brickworks Ciderhouse will be sampling a variety of ciders, fresh from the Ciderhouse on Queen St. Grab a sample (or a full glass from the Sipping Container) and cheers to Ontario craft apple cider.
Take part in a tour inspired by Brickworks Ciderhouse’s Batch: 1904, dance to twangy tunes by Onion Honey, and so much more! – Advance registration is required for the Batch: 1904 Tour.
Sample apple treats made by Café Belong, fresh out of the Wood Fired Oven in the Children’s Garden. Here, families can gather around the fire pit to make some apple treats their own. For more fun, grab a harvest-themed scavenger hunt from the Welcome Desk!
Based out of Kitchener, Onion Honey makes folk music sharp and sweet and mixed in with banjo and mandolin, washboard and double bass, fiddle and warm five-part harmonies. It’s a recipe for a great time and good for what ails, home-cooked comfort food for the ears.
Who is it for?
Craft beer and hard cider samples for attendees 19+.
WHEN & WHERE
Date & Time:
Saturday, September 28 | 8am-1pm
Sunday, September 29 | 10am-3pm
Venue: Evergreen Brickworks, 550 Bayview Ave, Toronto, ON M4W 3X8
Public transport accessible – Free shuttle bus from the parkette north of Broadview Station or TTC 28 Bus from Davisville Station
There are plenty of ways to get to the Brickworks! Visit “Getting Here” for more info. https://www.evergreen.ca/evergreen-brick-works/visitor-info/getting-here/