Sea Cider Farm and Ciderhouse

Make the most of May on the farm

Sea Cider Farm and Ciderhouse rekindles centuries-old tradition

Sea Cider Farm and Ciderhouse invites you to their May Day celebrations on Sunday, May 13.

Bring mom and join Sea Cider staff for a day of family events at the Farm, which is marking the 2,000-year-old English May Day tradition.

It’s a celebration of new life in the orchard and hopes for a prosperous cider season ahead.

The event includes spring-inspired food prepared by the farm’s exclusive catering partners, live May Day dancing performances, children’s activities, guided tours, a complimentary glass of cider or sparkling apple juice upon arrival, and much more.

Bring the whole family, raise a glass, and say a fond farewell to cold weather. Admission is free, while food and cider tickets will be available for purchase. Music is being provided by the Bowker Creek Band.

RSVPs are requested; visit Sea Cider May Day Celebrations on Facebook.

– Monday Magazine staff

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