Easter Egg Hunt and Activities – King, ON

When: Fri April 10th and Sat April 11th 9 am- 4 pm we will be hosting an Easter Egg hunt for all–young and young at heart!

Come any time and have fun finding a dozen different coloured eggs hidden in baskets around the farm, and exchange them for an Easter bag of treats. No rushing around, pushing or shoving just lots of fun for everyone!

Easter egg hunt 
Go to the barn and see the baby farm animals, pet and hold bunnies and baby goat
In the greenhouse visit and hold the chicks and ducklings
Colour an Easter picture to take home
Hop on the farm hoppers in the hopper coral
Tractor driven wagon ride – weather permitting

Cost: $24/family of 4- 5 or $6/person. (age 2-92)
Bbq available
Available in our Market:
Farm fresh eggs, tarts, cookies, honey, fudge, pies, jam, maple syrup, turkey products and vegetables.
Décor items: decorated gourds, bouquets, lavender jars and pouches and more

Don’t forget to dress for the weather!


THIS FRI NIGHT: The End of Meat, Victoria , Melbourne, Australia

THIS FRI NIGHT: The End of Meat


Watch Trailer: https://vimeo.com/230758670
Details and Tickets: https://endofm3.eventbrite.com.au

Are our current times the beginning of the end of meat?
Are we approaching a turning point in the human-animal relationship?

The End of Meat is a groundbreaking documentary film envisioning a future where meat consumption belongs to the past.

Although evidence of meat consumption’s negative impact on the planet and on human health continues to stack up, animal welfare is on the decline and humanity’s love affair with hamburgers, steaks, nuggets and chops seems never ending.

Over the last decade, perceptions of meat eating have greatly evolved. Health concerns and meat scandals have to a public debate about the ethical implications of meat consumption and the rise of plant-based diets. Meat producers have launched their own vegan products; 100% vegan supermarkets have opened; and almost every food manufacturer is adding and labelling vegan options.

In The End of Meat, filmmaker Marc Pierschel embarks on a journey to discover what effect a post-meat world would have on the environment, the animals and ourselves. He meets Esther the Wonder Pig, who became an internet phenomenon; talks to pioneers leading the vegan movement in Germany; visits the first fully vegetarian city in India; witnesses rescued farm animals enjoying their newfound freedom; observes the future food innovators making meat and cheese without the animals, even harvesting “bacon” from the ocean, and much more.

The End of Meat reveals the hidden impact of meat consumption; explores the opportunities and benefits of a shift to a more compassionate diet; and raises critical questions about the future role of animals in our society.

Classification: Check the classification


Join us for this insightful evening of film, live music, chocolate tasting and a delicious vegan finger food dinner!


A hand picked cacao pod from Bolivia. A coconut from the Philippines. Cold pressed cacao butter from Peru, Indonesian coconut nectar and Mexican dark agave. Wild carob from Spain, organic cinnamon from Sri Lanka. Chocolate that’s full of antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins and minerals. Chocolate without preservatives, that’s vegan, gluten free, dairy free, soy free and refined sugar free. Chocolate for everyone.

Dylan Guy Pinkerton is an Australian singer-songwriter having recently moved to Melbourne after finishing his studies at Southern Cross University. Dylan’s sound can best be described as the love child of John Mayer and Allen Stone, which embodies lush harmony, relatable lyrics and catchy hooks all rolled up into a contemporary Pop, Folk fondue.

Since taking up the guitar at age 15 Dylan has performed at nationally acclaimed festivals such as Blues Festival (2012, 2013), Splendour (2016) and performed around the country at venues like the Sydney Entertainment Centre. Currently Dylan is working on an EP set for a single release soon!
Check out some of his music on youtube here: https://goo.gl/FgGPps

DINNER with Alisha’s Café Collective
Your ticket price includes a light but nourishing, delicious six dish, vegan, gluten-free standing-mingle canapé dinner by our caterer Alisha’s Cafe Collective. Alisha’s Cafe Collective is a passion project, fueled by the heart and soul of Husna Pasha. Husna is dedicated to bringing people together and empowering them through laughter and an appreciation of difference. “Alisha” is a portmanteau of Aliyah and Shahan, the names of Pasha’s children with husband and co-owner Nicolas Rangasamy-Shakeel. Alisha’s Cafe Collective menu is plant-based, and most dishes are inspired by Rangasamy-Shakeels’ Mauritian and Pasha’s Indian heritage. A portion of the cafe’s profits are donated to a charity nominated by the community and presented at monthly events.

The Menu:
* Yellow Masala Spiced Baby Chat Potatoes with Coconut Chutney,
* Mauritian Falafel with Spicy Sauce. ,
* Mushroom, Tomato and Basil Arancini ball with Pesto,
* Beetroot and Mashed Potato Croquettes,
* Vegetarian Samosa With Coconut Mint Sauce,
* Mint Bliss Balls,

5.45pm: Doors open
6.00pm: Live music and chocolate tasting
6.30pm: Film (95 mins duration)
8.05pm: Dinner

(includes film, music, chocolate tasting and dinner!)
A portion of your ticket purchase supports the film maker! Thank you for supporting independent film making 🙂
Adults = $40
Students/Pensioners/concession = $35

Refund policy:
* Please note that tickets are NOT refundable if you change your mind or are unable to make it on the day. Your tickets cannot be changed to another date. They may however be given to a friend to attend.

Getting there:
Please consider using sustainable transport to travel to the venue 🙂
Walk: Library At The Dock is ten mins walk from Southern Cross Station
Tram: You can catch the number ’11’ or ’48’ trams from Southern Cross Station
Parking: There is limited metred parking in surrounding streets.

Accessiblity: The venue is fully wheelchair accessible.

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