1st Annual Harvest Apple Festival
Presented by Brickworks Ciderhouse.
Celebrate fall with Evergreen Brick Works!
New this September is the first annual Apple Harvest Festival, Presented by Brickworks Ciderhouse. Happening at the Saturday Farmers Market and Sunday Artisan Market, this free festival is the newest way to celebrate local Ontario apples this fall.
On Saturday we will be focusing on the great food and drink you can create with tasty Ontario apples, and Sunday will be a day for family fun! There will be no apple picking at this event, but vendors will have locally grown Ontario apples for sale.
Schedule of Events
Saturday, September 22
On Saturday our weekly farmers market will play host to the Harvest Apple Festival! Vendors will feature items made with Ontario apples of various varieties.
Drop by the Taste Education Table to learn about the different types of Ontario apples and taste test your favourite.
Families can also take part in the Harvest Apple Photo Scavenger Hunt! Test your wits, decipher the clues, and find hidden apples around the site. Pick yours up from the Welcome Desk inside the Young Welcome Centre. Suggested donation of $2-$5.
Sunday, September 23
On Sunday, join us at the Sunday Artisan Market for a day of family fun! Take part in free activities like our children's bike maze, games and scavenger hunt.
Take part in the Harvest Apple Photo Scavenger Hunt! Test your wits, decipher the clues, and find the hidden apples around the site. Pick yours up from the Welcome Desk inside the Young Welcome Centre. Suggested donation of $2-$5.
Farmers, local food court vendors, and baked goods vendors will also be on site featuring special apple products.
Don't forget to drop by the Children's Garden and join Chef Paul Thomas and the team of Café Belong for some sweet Ontario apple treats made in our wood-fired oven!
The Unseen Strangers, part of the Sunday Performing Arts Series
Local bluegrass band The Unseen Strangers will be performing on Sunday as part of the Sunday Performing Arts Series, presented by Cultural Sponsor Bank of America Merrill Lynch. The band will perform at 1pm and again at 2:30pm.
For more details on the performance, visit the Sunday Performing Arts page.
While you’re here, drop by the Sipping Container to sample some delicious local cider or craft beer.
Brickworks Ciderhouse will also be on-site to sample their delicious hard ciders to those attendees who are 19+.
Mulmer Services Ltd. has also donated extra shuttle service for the Harvest Apple Festival. There will be an additional shuttle from 10:15am-1:15pm on Saturday, September 22.
Dates & Times
Next date: September 22, 2018
Saturday, September 22 from 8am–1pm
Sunday, September 23 from 10am–3pm
Evergreen Brick Works
550 Bayview Ave, Toronto ON, M4W 3X8
This event is wheelchair-accessible.