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Holmberg Orchards Annual Spring Festival
May 29 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Holmberg Orchards Annual Spring Festival will be held on Saturday, May 29th, 2021 from 11 am to 4 pm in Gales Ferry, Connecticut.
Fun for the whole family! Ages 3 & under are no charge. We have significantly reduced capacity this year and timed admission will help us control crowds at any one point . This will also give ticket holders a lot more space to picnic, have fun and be safe!
Tractor Rides- no limit
Wine and Hard Cider Flights, Glasses, Cans
Acoustic Music performed by Fleet the entire day
Artisan Market featuring 20 local vendors- shop amongst the apple trees
Strolling Magician Chris Lengyel. He will also give 4 stage shows!
Sit on our antique farmall cub and tow the big apple. Bring your lawn chairs and relax outdoors with us. We’ve got room for the kids to play! This is a rain or shine event; no refunds. We appreciate your support of local agriculture.
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