Thursday, November 12, 2009

UPDATE! Holiday Cookie Exchange!

After much consensus, you are all invited to this but YOU DO NOT have to participate in the cookie exchange if it seems to much this time of year. Come and visit Maple Valley Farm, inside and out, decorated for the season! Eat a wonderful farm lunch and enjoy a horse drawn hay or sleigh ride (depending on the weather which one) only $30- (suggested donation) and enjoy a free gift from Maple Valley Farm as well! Sign up soon as this should fill quickly!

December 5, 2009 10 am - noonish

Come to a Christmas/Chanukah/Kwanza cookie exchange and celebrate your heritage! Please bring your HOMEMADE gooiest, fattest, sugary and wonderful good favorite family recipe Holiday cookie. You will bring 8-12 dozen and we will let you know the exact number as the class approaches. You will leave Maple Valley Farms with a wonderful assortment of holiday cookies! Please come prepared to “re-transport” your goodies home. Then enjoy a wonderful Christmas luncheon at the farm! A special farm tour will be available this day with the animals all in their glory! The farm will be decorated with our family heritage as well. Don’t miss this special time at Maple Valley Farm! Suggested donation is $30-. Please call the farm to reserve your spot no later than December 1, 2009 by 6 pm. Hope to see you! ~Angela~ 616 566 8481

4 comments:

Eight Isn't Enough said...

Oh Ang....all those wonderful classes that I would LOVE to attend...but obviously being in Canada doesn't permit such a visit...so a always I will visit you through your blog.

Loved the video of the herd...I was laughing at the way the one coo was just mooing away...."thrilled to have arrived at it's new home"...my kids thought that was so funny as well. Thank you for posting that for all of us to witness...kind of like we were there...well, kind of LOL.

Have a blessed week!

Connie
www.homesteadblogger.com/forgiven

Renata said...

You sure are busy with all you classes - how I wish I could come along, however being in a different country kinda hinders that - LOL
Hope they all go well & fill quickly!

Farmgirl Cyn said...

Ooh-ooh! I will ask Dar if she would like to come!

Selina said...

Your classes sound wonderful!! I wish I could go to them too, especially cheese making and cookie-exchange. Luv your blog and I'm so glad your back doing it.
Thanks,
Selina.

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