Mike of Evolution 107.9 BCIT spoke with Mary Lou Schootman from the London Heritage Farm Society about the history of the farm house.
We have just harvested the honey from our own bee hives. London Heritage Farm’s honey is now back and available for sale in jars of three different sizes in the Gift Shop. Like all previous years, our honey is very limited in supply but highly sought for. It’s really precious and worth making a special trip here to get some for your own or as gifts. The Gift Shop is open every weekend on Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 5 pm. You can also take a tour in the Heritage Gardens to see one of the beautiful places where our bees are working.
August 26th is the last day of our tea room summer hours. As usual we will be open from 12:00-5:00, so please feel free to drop by or make a reservation at 604-271-5220. After today, Friday August 26th, the tea room will remain open on Saturdays and Sundays, and will be closed Monday-Friday. Hope to see you there!
On Sunday August 21st, we hosted our annual London Family Farm day here at London Heritage Farm. Many families brought their young children to enjoy a day of music, stories, crafts, games and much more. The event offered a safe and interactive space for the children to play and explore.
London Heritage Farm Day is happening this Sunday, August 21st, from 10:00-4:00! We are providing wonderful entertainment for young children, without the long lineups or the expenses of places like the PNE. We will have a Petting Zoo, Pony Rides, Stories on Wheels, Kid’s Woodworking with the Home Depot and much more! And it’s FREE admission for kids!
We will also have interesting historical sights, community groups, and sales for parents! Come out and meet Ivan Sayers, a renowned fashion historian, or find some vintage treasures at our collectibles sale. Hope to see you there!