East Bridgewater, MA

Festive Fun For Everyone! Plymouth Pride Announces Inclusive Apple Picking Day Event

Dianna Carney

(EAST BRIDGEWATER, MA) Plymouth Pride has announced a fun fall event that is sure to get you in a festive mood! Apple picking with Plymouth Pride will take place on Saturday, October 1st- the perfect way to kick off the spooky season! Event participants are instructed to meet "at the apple picking entrance after parking" so that everyone can begin together.

Plymouth Pride is a "dedicated group of volunteers from local towns who are excited to celebrate the diversity and unity within our community!" Through their events, they promote "equality and inclusivity" while also "fostering education, awareness, respect and visibility of LGBTQ+ people."

Located in East Bridgewater, C.N. Smith Farm is a "family owned and operated farm" that allows visitors to "pick your own, retail and wholesale fruits and vegetables, hay, feed, plants, flowers, and gardening supplies."

"Plymouth Pride formed in the summer of 2019 by entering the Plymouth Fourth of July Parade. The crowd enthusiastically welcomed us and we won 1st place in the Community Category! To continue that forward momentum we became a nonprofit. Our vision is to support the community and bring education, visibility, and awareness to Plymouth. We had a successful first Plymouth Pride Festival in 2021 and our next festival will be held on June 26, 2022." - Plymouth Pride

Apple Picking with Plymouth Pride Event Details

2022 Apple Picking Pricing (According to C.N. Smith Farm):

  • Peck Bag (approx. 10-12 lbs) – $32, admits 1 to 3 people.
  • 1/2 Bushel Bag (approx. 20-24 lbs) – $48, admits 1 to 5 people.
  • $6 per extra person
  • Children 3 years of age or under – free admission.

Rules & Restrictions

"Please keep in mind when visiting that C.N. Smith Farm is a privately owned working farm. Visitors are kindly asked to remain in designated customer areas, observe warning signs and stay clear of parked or operating equipment for obvious safety reasons. Also, to help us keep costs down and maintain cleanliness, please place trash in proper receptacles or take it home with you. For health code reasons, please leave your pets at home. Your cooperation is appreciated so that everyone may enjoy the open space and fresh locally grown produce we cultivate." - C.N. SMith Farm

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