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Pine Farms Orchard is nestled amid the rolling hills of picturesque King Township, Canada, where the Rolph family has nurtured many of the world’s most loved varieties of apples for more than half a century. Apples available this month -Ginger Gold, Wealthy, McIntosh, Cortland, Royal Gala, Empire, Ambrosia, Spartan, Honeycrsip. Easy location to get to off the #400 north of Canada's Wonderland. We will picking and then meet at the CAFE on site for some brunch -there is also a bakeshop on site. Also avilable, fresh Ontario produce, apples, frozen meat pies, quiche, soups, local honey, cider, eggs, cheese, pies, loaves, preserves, soaps & more. PICK YOUR OWN COST Pick your own apples are weighed by the pound at 1.99/lb. You must pay for what you pick. ADMISSION: Admission/Entrance fee to the orchard for pick your own is $5.00 per person. Monday inclusive during harvest. Cash, Visa, MC, Apple Pay, Google Pay and Debit accepted. They supply bags, but you are encouraged you to bring your own. You must handle your own recycled bags. Due to COVID-19 attendants cannot handle the bags for you. COVID SAFETY GUIDLINES -Following health guidelines for York Region and to keep you, our team and all visitors to the farm safe during this time, we ask that you read & understand the visitor expectations & rules of the orchard prior to visiting our farm. -Please wear a mask when in the orchard picking and around the store area. Access into the interior of the store is not available at this time but we do have our porch and farm market open and a mask must be worn. Mask must cover your nose, mouth and chin. Practice good hand hygiene. -Wash your hands before coming to the farm, sanitize upon arrival (available at the orchard entry, orchard exit and at the store & market). -Maintain physical distancing 6’ or 2m from others. Stay at home if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, have a fever or are feeling ill. Pick cleanly. Twist apples – eye to the sky and twist. Do not pull on apples. No sampling of the apples. START TIME Please register for a time slot as we have to social distance at the farm. 9:30 - 9:45 - 10:00 - 10: 15 PLEASE COMMENT and post your time. If it gets too busy on one time slot I may have to shut it down and add another. Rules of the Orchard — We want you to have a great time at the farm. But, with many visitors, a few rules of courtesy are necessary to protect trees from damage, keep our visitors safe, and help avoid unnecessary costs. Please take a moment to read the following rules and guidelines: Our attendants are happy to help! Please ask them for assistance and follow their instructions. Please don’t pick apples that are not in season or pick from areas that are blocked off. They’re not ready for eating and you might damage the tree! Please don’t climb trees – trees are easily damaged and children can be hurt when climbing or hanging onto branches. Remove apples carefully by turning them on their stem and they will stay in your hand. “Eye to the sky and twist” The eye is at the bottom of the apple where the remnants of the apple blossom is. No picnics or outside food allowed in orchard or store area. Local parks and community centres offer this service and space area for you. Service dogs are welcome. During COVID-19 please leave your pets at home. Remove apples carefully by turning them on their stem and they will stay in your hand. “Eye to the sky and twist” Garbage and recycling pails are provided - please be courteous to others and use them. Do NOT throw masks or gloves on the ground use the recepticals provided or take them home with you to dispose of. Service dogs and friendly family dogs on-leash are welcome. No off-leash pets, please. Using your own reusable bags for picking is cool — and good for the environment! No bags? No problem. We provide the Pine Farms -[masked]th Side Road, King, Ontario L7B 1A3 (about 25 minutes from Highway 401) See you there!
1st GOAT YOGA - SOLD OUT Don't miss out on the 2nd Adventure! Saturday October 3 11:30am Payment info below - hope you can join us!!! BOOK TODAY! PLEASE USE PASSWORD BELOW - ALTERNATE PASSWORDS WILL NO BE ACCEPTED - THANK YOU! FULL DIRECTIONS TO COME We all need to cuddle a baby goat about now... right...Add some wine and it is a perfect day in beautiful NOTL. I am so excited to bring you this incredible experience in Niagara on the Lake. GET READY TO PARTY WITH THE GOATS! FEEL THE GOAT LOVE! Frolicking with our baby goats adds a whole new dimension to the word 'party'! Take lots of pictures - your friends will have GOAT ENVY! What Exactly Is Goat Yoga? If you love animals - this is for you! Goat Yoga is a fabulous new way of enjoying yoga that provides an intimate, crazily lovely experience with Mother Nature... through our baby goats. Goat Yoga is very simply... yoga with goats! While you enjoy a yoga session – whether it be a gentle stretching yoga, or a more vigorous workout – our baby goats keep you company, wandering in and out of the mats... and sometimes right up on top of your downward dog! The popularity of goat yoga is all about the magic that happens when animals and people interact. These socially intuitive baby goats will react to the energy in the room. When we get excited, they get excited, if we are calm, they are calm. In the frenetic pace of daily life, people can often feel disconnected from nature and isolated...but when they come to goat yoga, they feel like part of a unique community, and they have an authentic and memorable experience. Join us Saturday October 3 at 11:30 at the Small Talk Winery. Maximum 20 people! 10 people will taste the incredible ciders available at Small Talk. 10 Will Experience baby goat yoga and then we will switch. Don;t forget your camera! We will drive the short distance to Lakeview Cellers for a FABULOUS tasting. Then a 5 minute drive to NOTL main Street, for a patio lunch and some COWS ice cream. We will be driving for this trip - WHAT IS INCLUDED! Fabulous price of $69.00 Baby Goat Yoga Session - perfect for anyone - even beginners Cider Tastings at Small Talk Yoga Mat Ice Cold Water Fruit and Granola Bar Tastings at Lakeview Cellars HST Gratuity PAYMENT Payment by E Transfer Only - $69.00 to [masked] PASSWORD goats2 Please only use this password DO NOT CHANGE IT. No refunds for any reason - but you can post to sell your space on this site. DO NOT WAIT TO PAY - THIS WILL SELL OUT QUICKLY! Your confirmation is paying not registering. LOOKING FORWARD TO HAVING AN AMAZING AMAZING DAY!
PLEASE BOOK AND PAY EARLY - THIS SELLS OUT EVERY TIME - And will especially since it is a Saturday and special event. DONT BE DISAPPOINTED - Thank you! On this page there is all the information you need to book the event -PAYMENT INFO Below and DIRECTIONS - Scroll down. AGAIN - DO NOT CHANGE THE PASSWORD INFO OR YOUR PAYMENT WILL NOT BE PROCESSED - the password is paddle10 This is not an online event - Meetup is a US company and have changed the website due to THEIR rampant covid issues - WE are not in that situation and this paddle has been approved by the Toronto Health Organization -but they did NOT make changes for other areas meetup groups including Canadian ones. STEP OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE IF YOU ARE A FIRST TIMER - YOU WILL BE GLAD YOU DID! fOR THIS PADDLE i HAVE 11 Kayaks 4 Tandem Kayaks (two people) 4 Canoes We have paddled the Humber River for just over TWENTY YEARS! Bring your camera for some amazing pictures on the Humber River. It is shallow and safe and you will not believe you are in Toronto. You may see Blue Heron, Osprey, Deer, Turtles, beaver and more. Try a Kayak - you will love the peace of being so close to the water and not tippy at all. Spaces go quickly - don't be disappointed and book today. I can guarantee there will none left closer to the event. COVID safety read precautions below. Free Parking or take the TTC to Old Mill Subway and walk 10 minutes to the location. Please read everything on the page!! I have booked a two hour paddle. Cell phone and further parking info will be sent on September 10 PAYMENT 1, Read all the instructions on this event. 2.Email me at [masked] what boat you want include full name, email and cell phone. 3 Once i confirm your spot you have 24 hours to send payment by e transfer at above address PLEASE only use this question What will do? Answer paddle10 You have 24 hours to make payment. Your order will not be processed if you use another password 4. Make sure you are registered on this event on this page so I can send out any further info if need be. The area is very easy to find if you leave yourself plenty of time and read the directions. WHAT IS INCLUDED - Kayak or Canoe Rental -PFD (personal flotation device) -Paddle -All taxes COST Single Kayak $30.00 plus HST $34.00 Double Kayak for 2 $60.00 plus HST = $68.00 Total Canoe for 2 $50.00 plus HST = $57.00 Total WHAT TO BRING -If possible open toe sandals, water sandels -Comfortable clothing WHERE WE ARE The Humber River meeting spot is located right on the beautiful History & Nature Packed Humber River! 5-minute walk from Old Mill TTC Station Next to the river, on the west bank of the Humber River under the Bloor Street bridge/over-pass and under the Old Mill TTC subway station. TTC (Public Transit) or Walking Take the TTC (Toronto’s Public Transit) to Old Mill TTC station. When you exit the station turn left and walk to Bloor St. when you reach Bloor St. turn left again and walk until you come to the bridge going over the Humber River. At this bridge, on your left side you will see stairs leading down. Take the stairs leading down into the Humber Valley. Loocated in the parking lot 200 metres in-front of bottom of stairs, straight ahead, just to your left. DRIVING DIRECTIONS Limited free parking is available right at location on the west bank of the Humber River under the Old Mill TTC Subway Station. The entrance to Kings Mill Park is a street located on the very East Side of the Old Mill Inn & Spa. Drive past OLd Mill and turn right into the park - dont cross the bridge. SAFETY COVID-19: Strictadherence to government guidelines and procedures in order to keep staff and customers safe during this COVID-19 outbreak. All equipment fully santized between uses. Rain check only (new date if weather issues and cancelled by supplier) - if you dont want to adhere to this policy this may not be the event for you. Post on this page if you want to sell our spot
COME FROM AWAY TO THE BEAUTY OF NEWFOUNDLAND 2021 5 SPACES LEFT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! INCREDIBLE 12 DAY DRIP jUNE 12 [masked] CALL ME AT (905)[masked] OR EMAIL TO BOOK - SAVE ALMOST $370.00 if you deposit before Tuesday September[masked] - SPACES WILL GO FASSST!!! There is not space to post entire flyer - please emal me to send you Worry Free Deposit and pictures [masked] 2020 IS the year to visit all those Canadian spots you have had on your BUCKET LIST but have never visited. INCREDIBLE AGENDA!! Help the Canadian economy if you have not visited all you have thought of in CANADA To start - you must see the NATURAL BEAUTY and the INCREDIBLE PEOPLE of Newfoundland. Lets explore Canada in 2021!!! From Cornerbrook to St John! SAVE 10% if deposited by Tuesday September 9th - Worry Free Deposit! 10 Spaces only - worry free deposit. With the success of COME FROM AWAY the musical - Newfoundland is a hot trip destination - especialy with finding accomodation in the smaller towns and visits. BONUS - Visit Gander - where the 911 Musical orginated! DAY 1 ARRIVE IN CORNER BROOK Welcome to Corner Brook! The remainder of the day is at leisure to explore the town or relax at your hotel. DAY 2 CORNER BROOK Breakfast Breakfast DAY 3 CORNER BROOK–GROS MORNE NATIONAL PARK–PORT AU CHOIX–ST. BARBE Breakfast BreakfastLunchLunchDinnerDinner DAY 4 ST. BARBE–BLANC SABLON–RED BAY–L’ANSE-AU-CLAIR NOTE: Icebergs are most often seen in June and July. Breakfast BreakfastDinnerDinner DAY 5 L’ANSE-AU-CLAIR–L’ANSE AUX MEADOWS–ST. ANTHONY FERRY back to St. Barbe. Enter L’ANSE AUX MEADOWS NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE, Breakfast BreakfastLunchLunchDinnerDinner DAY 6 ST. ANTHONY–GROS MORNE AREA This morning, travel along the Viking Trail, with a stop at ARCHES PROVINCIAL PARK t Breakfast BreakfastDinnerDinner DAY 7 GROS MORNE AREA–GANDER After breakfast, depart for Gander, Breakfast Breakfast DAY 8 GANDER–TWILLINGATE–TERRA NOVA NATIONAL PARK–CLARENVILLE Breakfast BreakfastDinnerDinner DAY 9 CLARENVILLE. EXCURSION TO TRINITY & CAPE BONAVISTA This morning, travel to historic Trinity, one of the oldest Breakfast BreakfastLunchLunch DAY 10 CLARENVILLE–WITLESS BAY CRUISE–ST. JOHN’S Breakfast Breakfast DAY 11 ST. JOHN’S Breakfast BreakfastDinnerDinner DAY 12 ST. JOHN’S The tour ends this morning with guests departing on individual schedules. Breakfast Breakfast TOUR June 12 [masked] 21 Meals PHOTO HIGHLIGHTS UNESCO World Heritage Sites The following UNESCO World Heritage Sites can be seen or visited on this vacation: Gros Morne National Park L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site Red Bay Basque Whaling Station PRICING $[masked] - $366.00 = $[masked] + HST DEPOSIT $250.00 Includes accomodation - meals as listed - excursions as listed. Does not include air or gratuity. Best to use points or I can find you a flight. Please make sure you are full insured - ask me for details.TICO TICO #[masked] The Travel Agent Next Door 55 York Street #1003 Toronto Ontario M5J 1R7 EMAIL ME FOR FULL DESCRIPTION OF TOURS AND ACTIVITIES!!!