Maple Lawn Farms
Friday July 28, 6PM-9PM
Apple Rising Event: We’re putting the GIANT Apple on top of the Farm market LIVE, New Year’s Eve Style!
PLUS: Food Trucks, Peach & Cherry Wine Slushies
and LIVE Acoustic Music!
I saw it from across the room at a farmer conference in Connecticut over the winter. I knew it was something special and I knew it had to come to Maple Lawn Farms.
It was a GIANT, red apple.
FAST Corporation from Sparta, Wisconsin fabricates custom shapes from fiberglass and this big, juicy apple was calling my name.
It was love at first site.
The last time you visited, you might have noticed that we’ve really been investing in creating a comfortable patio, building our winery tasting room, lettering and painting and so much more to improve the farm market you know and love.
Dad’s a little tired of all the money we’ve poured back in, but I came home from Connecticut with just one more ‘cherry’ to put on top.
uh…. I mean apple….
Anyway…the apple is here. It’s in the back of the market at ground level for just 10 more days or so for you to take a picture before we make history and install it on the roof.
Yes… on the roof of the farm market.
Won’t you join us? Save the date, next Friday, July 28, 5-9PM with the apple placement happening right around 6:30PM.
It’ll be a family friendly event with ice cream, peaches, donuts, LIVE music, a food truck, and space to enjoy on the patio.
We’ve got our contractors bringing a GIANT lift to hoist the GIANT apple onto the peak of the roof LIVE as we count down and toast the newest addition to our farm market; to your farm market.
The winery will be debuting the new outdoor event space as well, so if you are into that, we’ll have tastings and wine by the glass in that area as well.
Best news: It’s a FREE Event (We just ask that you register so we know how many donuts to make:-), so swing by the action, grab some snacks, dinner or dessert from the market and watch Maple Lawn Farms, your farm, make history as we place the biggest apple in three states…
…on the peak; right where it belongs!
See you soon on the farm,