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09:00 AM| 1805 Taunton Rd. E, Hampton, ON
Navigate your way through Harvest Fest this fall
- Circus corn maze (6.5 acres)
- Mini corn maze (for toddlers)
- Pingle’s playland
- Wagon rides
- PYO apples, pumpkins, strawberries, corn & tomatoes
- Fall inspired menu
- Live music
- Thirsty Goat (bar)
- Pingle’s Coffee Shacks (multiple locations)
During the week (Tuesday-Thursday) enjoy a more peaceful experience, for a discounted rate. No food live music, wagon rides or pumpkin patch access. Please note we still have pre-picked pumpkins available in our courtyard area.
WEEKDAY (Tues – Thurs) TICKETS INCLUDE: Includes entry to the pick-your-own areas, playland & animal area, & corn maze.
WEEKEND (Fri – Sun) TICKETS INCLUDE: Entry to the pick-your-own areas (subject to availability), playland & animal area, corn maze, wagon rides, access to our exclusive Harvest Festival food & drink area, live music & picnic table seating.
01:30 PM| Lynde House Museum
Personal Tea Leaf Readings with Julie Ditta
A tea leaf reading is a personal and effective way to connect to the heart and soul’s desire for a happier, healthier, more prosperous and fulfilling life. Pictures and symbols formed by tea leaves offer answers to questions about career, relationships, and finances, as well as about loved ones who are here or who have passed over. Messages are healing, meaningful, validating and offer direction regarding personal and spiritual growth.
DID YOU KNOW? Tea Leaf Readings were extremely popular in the Victorian Era!
REGISTER BY PHONE: 905-665-3131
06:00 PM| 905-436-7624
In October and November 1923, the Williams Treaties were signed by the governments of Canada and by seven First Nations of the Chippewa of Lake Simcoe and the Mississauga of the north shore of Lake Ontario. September’s Local History Speaker Series welcomes Dave Mowat, Chief, Alderville First Nation, who will speak about the 1923 Williams Treaties.
September’s Local History Speaker Series is taking place Tuesday, September 19 at 6PM. The Speaker Series will be held at the McLaughlin Branch of the Oshawa Public Libraries, in the lower level auditorium, located at 65 Bagot Street, Oshawa.
Due to anticipated high attendance, RSVP is required. Please book through the OPL Website: https://oshlib.bibliocommons.com/events/64dbe42ca60f8d3d00337598
The Local History Speaker Series is an event presented in partnership between the Oshawa Historical Society and the Oshawa Public Libraries.