Danielle French's Christmas Celebration

Join Danielle French for a Christmas Celebration

Christmas “Weinachtsmarkt” Celebration with Danielle French at South Pond Farms Sat. December 1, 2018 from 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM Celebrate the holidays at South Pond Hot festive drinks! Hot outdoor holiday lunch around the Fire Pretzel bar Walk/snowshoe the trails Winter games Great gift ideas Special sweet and savory offerings for the holidays Pre-orders […]

Christmas “Weinachtsmarkt” Celebration with Danielle French at South Pond Farms

Sat. December 1, 2018 from 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM


Celebrate the holidays at South Pond

  • Hot festive drinks!
  • Hot outdoor holiday lunch around the Fire
  • Pretzel bar
  • Walk/snowshoe the trails
  • Winter games
  • Great gift ideas
  • Special sweet and savory offerings for the holidays
  • Pre-orders for bread and other holiday treats are welcome. To pre-order, just email us here.

Holiday Wreath-making Workshop – register for the wreath-making workshop on Dec 1, 2018

Holiday Bread-making Workshop – register now – here is a link to various workshop dates


*NOTE: There is no cost or reservation required to come to the farm. You may wish to pre-order our bakery items to avoid disappointment.  Please dress for the outdoors!

Danielle French
Danielle French

I’m Danielle French, founder and owner of South Pond Farms. South Pond was founded in 2008 as a small food delivery business. I would grow food in my garden, make prepared meals and deliver them all over the GTA. Since then, the farm has been slowly restored and converted into a culinary destination, offering special events, weddings, workshops and corporate retreats all set in our restored century barn in the rolling hills of rural Ontario. My vision is to create a connection to the land, the food we grow and prepare in our kitchen to bringing people together.

www.southpondfarms.ca

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