OUT AND ABOUT
November 26th 1-7pm, Thanksgiving Market at Sweet Land Farm 9732 State Route 96, Trumansburg, New York 14886
Come grab a bottle of Redbyrd Orchard Cider, some beautiful Wide Awake Bakery bread and yummy veggies for your table.
December 1st 11-4pm, 10th Annual Gorge Rd Artisan Market at 3406 Gorge Rd, Trumansburg, New York 14886. Art, Craft, Cider, Music, and Merriment. Cider by bottle and taste.
December 12th 4-8pm, Annual Wide Awake Bakery Open House at 4361 Buck Hill Rd S, Trumansburg, NY 14886. The open house has become a great annual tradition at the bakery – it’s a great time to see the bakery, meet the bakers, shmooze with your fellow bread friends, listen to great music, snack on pizza. Redbyrd Orchard Cider by the glass or buy the bottle. Pasta and goodies for holiday sale also.
AT THE CIDERY
Stay tuned for our Spring 2020 schedule of tasting event dates with our cider maker…
IN THE ORCHARD
Save the Date: January 17th Wassail at Redbyrd Orchard Cider’s Reynolds Road orchard
Join us for an evening of rousing fun and revelry! We’ll stomp through the orchard and then share in music and food and libation. Bring a dish to pass and stay for dinner! We’ll have a few flashlight led winter orchard tours, lots of hot cider, and fiddle music to knock your socks off…so dress warm!
When? January 17, FRIDAY! From 4:30 PM until 7pm Wassailing will occur at sunset, don’t miss it
Where? At Redbyrd’s orchard in Trumansburg!
Where is that? 4491 Reynolds Rd., Trumansburg, NY 14886
What’s Wassailing? We’ll march down the orchard rows, sing songs, pour cider on the ground round the oldest tree, offer cider soaked toast to the tree spirits and bang on pots to rid the orchard of the naughty spirits…Redbyrd style, of course. Read more about the old tradition of orchard wassailing here.
~Beginning Aug. 20th, 2019 and continuing into the future, $1 for every bottle of cider that is purchased direct or wholesale from Redbyrd Orchard Cider will be donated to Soul Fire Farm Institute and Ganondagan in solidarity with farmers of color and the indigenous peoples of our region.~