Easton’s popular summer event, the 14th Annual Easton Farm Tour, will take place on Saturday, Aug. 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., hosted by Citizens for Easton (CFE). This annual occasion celebrating agriculture and community guarantees a day filled with activities and educational opportunities, while highlighting the region’s agricultural heritage and historic sites.

The 14th Annual Easton Farm Tour is this Saturday, Aug. 12 at Samuel Staples Elementary School.

The starting point for the farm tour will be the Samuel Staples Elementary School Pavilion, where attendees will receive maps outlining the various participating farms and the day’s schedule. Holders of these maps will gain access to discounts and samples at the participating farms.

At the pavilion, CFE volunteers will facilitate community projects and provide information about membership. The event will feature a raffle with prizes contributed by local farms, artists, and businesses. The Easton Garden Club will offer gardening insights, and state-certified Master Composters will be on hand to answer questions about composting techniques.

The Easton Community Center staff will organize games and entertainment for children and families from 10 a.m. to noon, providing a lively start to the day’s farm visits.

The self-guided Farm Tour will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., allowing visitors to explore Easton’s farms and orchards and interact with local farmers and historians.

For further information about CFE and its initiatives, please visit citizensforeaston.org.

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