Season Opening Celebration - June 22, 2019 - Noon to 5PM
Come celebrate the 3rd Annual Season Opening Celebration at Threefold Farm - a family owned and operated U-pick small fruit orchard and fig tree nursery. Our opening will have discounted U-pick pints of red raspberries, black raspberries, and blackberries. There will be orchard tours and a beekeeping talk and hive tour. This year we will have local artists in our 1900's chestnut barn. There will be food for sale, kids' activities, and goat yoga. Come enjoy fun and fellowship with your community!
When: Saturday June 22, 2019 - Noon to 5PM
Where: Our Farm! 1692 W Lisburn Rd, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
Opening Day Schedule
12:00 - Event begins
12:30 - Goat Yoga led by Maggie Stonecash of Simply Well
1:00 - Farm tour by Tim
1:30 - Goat Yoga led by Maggie Stonecash of Simply Well
2:00 - Beekeeping talk and tour by Greg Hildebrand of Honey Bee Friendly LLC
4:00 - Farm Tour by Tim
12 noon - 5 pm - Vendors in our Chestnut Barn, see list below
Chestnut Barn Vendors
All natural, handcrafted bath and skincare products based out of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.
Japanese Maples and Dwarf Conifers
As I’ve grown older, gone to college, lived in different places, seen a lot of the country, I’ve realized how fortunate I was to have a wonderful family with such earnest interests. My Pop Pop’s passion for growing Japanese maples has rubbed off on me, and after he passed away, I decided that I’d like to learn to cultivate Japanese maples and conifers as well. For the past few years I have been fortunate to have learned from some very generous nurserymen and growers about techniques for cultivating different types of plants. I’m experimenting with these methods to see what works for our region, and for small-scale growers like me.
Raw Local Honey and other Apiary Products
Rooted in South Central Pennsylvania, Honey Bee Friendly is a first generation bee company. Greg bought his first few beehives in 2013 and has continued to develop a passion for bee keeping ever since. is hive numbers continue to grow and as a result, he's able to harvest delicious, raw, local honey and fresh beeswax among other beneficial apiary bi-products.