The Lavender Family Festival
Lavender arrived in a great display! It was in full bloom, with its radiant purples, for the annual festival. It put on quite a show! You just had to get your hands into it.
The pleasant day brought lots of cousins to the festival. Lucy came from Edmonton and Gail from Ontario. Dennis and family came from Halifax, just to name a few. It was the "cousins" festival with all helping out.
The weather was perfect for strolling on the fairy trail, tasting the ice cream, relaxing with a reikki session or eating the biscuits and lavender jam.
The beekeeper and the folks from Nova Scotia added to the festive air. The
children, once again, loved the face painting and the "Lucy" story.
Everyone took part in the naming of trees, hayride and learning more about
lavender. Distilling the lavender into the essential oil is always a favorite and informative demonstration.
The boutique full of wonderful products provided the opportunity to start Christmas shopping! The lavender tea, lavender jelly, lavender t-shirts, candles, essential oils and the lavender linen spray were the favorites.
The music by Glen MacEachern and also cousin, Norma, was contagious with toes a tappin and spontaneous sing alongs. The five sisters sang their song, "Five Sisters of Lavender Lane", written and recorded by Glen, was a crowd pleaser.
What a treat. We invite you to come by or call 902-658-2203 and spend
some time, at your leisure, at the farm. You will enjoy its calming