Monday, December 8, 2014

More About NAFDMA Tours

During the NAFDMA Conference participants will board buses and travel to agritourism destinations. There are seven farm stops planned. Choose the bus number that has the stops you prefer.

One of seven of the stops is described below.

he Apple Barn
The Apple Barn really is a barn that was originally built back in 1910. After a complete renovation in 1980, The Apple Barn gave new life to this business.  In The Apple Barn, you can browse a wide variety of handmade mountain crafts, food items, home decorations and collectables. And of course, apples and cider, from which it all began. You can head to The Cider Bar where you can sample the sippin’ cider hot or cold. The Apple Pie Kitchen, offers delicious treats like fried apple pies, apple doughnuts, and apple dumplins for eating there or taking home. The Candy Factory produces original sweets, including old-timey favorites, handmade on century-old equipment, and The Creamery offers up delicious homemade ice cream. Have a bite in either The Applewood Farmhouse Restaurant or The Applewood Farmhouse Grill and be sure to stop into The Apple Barn Winery which specializes in delightful apple and fruit wines.

to see a video click here.

To qualify for the early registration rate, please be sure payment is postmarked by December 15th.

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