Enjoy the sweet spot of winter fun at the Lyman Orchards Annual WinterFest has been rescheduled for February 28th and March 1st. This two-day celebration features indoor and outdoor fun family activities for all ages and lots of delicious foods and fresh baked desserts baked made in our farm kitchen Bakery. Come for a sing-along with Elsa, Anna, and Olaf from Disney “Frozen!” Go on a horsedrawn wagon ride, and watch exciting ice carving demonstrations by Bill Covitz and his team of talented ice carvers.
Visit with the friendly and lovable Siberian Huskies from the CT Valley Siberian Husky Club, and treat your family to the old fashioned tradition of Sugar-On-Snow, made with pure Connecticut Maple Syrup!
When it comes to winter fun, there’s no place quite like Lyman Orchards’ WinterFest! You and the family are invited to participate in a Connecticut tradition that celebrates the wonders of the winter season with a weekend of winter-themed events.
The perfect cure for cabin fever, Lyman Orchards Annual WinterFest will feature:
Sing along and meet-and-greet with Elsa, Anna and Olaf from Frozen. Performances are at 11:00 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. and also includes a photo opportunity! Ice-carving demonstrations from the region’s top creative masters as they recreate the characters of Arendelle from ten thousand pounds of solid ice blocks. Old fashioned horse-drawn sleigh rides by Foxglove Farm through beautiful meadows. Contests and games. Visit and pet beautiful, lovable Siberian Husky dogs from Connecticut Valley Siberian Husky Club. Free Face painting with Frozen themes. Meet CT author Janet Lawler. She’ll sign copies of her book, Snowzilla. Meet author Jessica Robinson, who will talk about and sign her book, New England Farmgirl Cookbook. Free fruit tree pruning demonstrations in our orchards – learn the proper techniques from Lyman’s experts. Food Sampling in the Apple Barrel market of Lyman Orchards’ homegrown fruit, fresh-baked goods and delicious specialty foods and some of Connecticut’s best products. Grilled outdoor apple-cider hotdogs, hamburgers, soups, old-fashioned “Sugar-On-Snow” made with pure Connecticut maple syrup and more