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“Taste of PA” at Way Fruit Farm this Saturday

Posted by Emily Wiley on 05/13 at 01:41 PM

Way Fruit Farm. Photo Credit Emily Wiley.

Visit Way Fruit Farm on Saturday, May 14th and Saturday, May 21st from 10am - 3pm for a “Taste of PA.” The afternoon will feature free samples from local vendors like Goot Essa cheese, Wild Mountain Gourmet mustard, Galliker’s ice cream, and Hogs Galore. Way Fruit Farm will also have apples, applesauce, pie, donuts, and more.

“Taste of PA” Schedule for Saturday, May 14th and Saturday, May 21st:

Can’t make it out to the farm tomorrow? Visit Way Fruit Farm at the State College Farmers Market on Locust Lane on Fridays from 11:30am - 5:30pm and the Boalsburg Farmers Market at the Boalsburg Military Museum on Tuesdays from 2pm - 6pm.

Way Fruit Farm
2355 Halfmoon Valley Road
Port Matilda, PA 16870
(814) 692-5211

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