Everyone is thinking back to school, but it’s never too early to begin thinking about your Christmas cards. Last year was our first special photographer’s weekend and it was a HIT! Professional Photographers — schedule your mini-sessions now for November 17-18, noon-6pm. Please note: We welcome guest snap shots but that’s not what this special weekend is all about. This weekend is designated for Professional Photographers only to schedule mini-sessions with your clients before the hustle and bustle of the school year and holiday season take over!
The Mason Jar Market will be open for sweet treats, drinks and shopping! Tree cutting and all the other traditional farm fun begins the Friday after Thanksgiving. We look forward to seeing all the camera-carrying photographers capturing beautiful moments with clients dressed in everything from formal wear to PJ’s!
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Credit: Focused Simplicity Photography
Someone does not want to be left behind! But we don’t open for the Fall season until September 29, so you have plenty of time! We’re cooking up some yummy new things in Emily’s Wooden Spoon — stocking the Mason Jar Market with goodies, too. And there will be some fun new things to do at Devine Acres Farm this Fall. Stay tuned for the details.
We’re updating our website for the Fall and Christmas season … and found this lovely photo of Christmas ornaments that were for sale in the Mason Jar Market last year. The Hot Cocoa ornament makes us yearn for a cuppa steamy hot chocolate with those cute little marshmallows floating in it (to be consumed in an air-conditioned kitchen?), and the little candy canes just beg to be licked! Is it too early to be thinking about Christmas in July?
Painting pumpkins is lots easier for kids than carving them — in fact, it’s probably easier for adults, too! School children get mini-pumpkins to paint as part of their educational school field trips at Devine Acres Farm. It always makes us smile to see the perky and colorful designs on the little pumpkins! What about your family? Do they paint pumpkins as a fall tradition, too?