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City Cider Festival urban harvest celebration!    Sun Sep 17, 2017, Toronto, ON

City Cider festival is an all-ages urban harvest celebration, nestled in a heritage orchard in Toronto, presented by Not Far From The Tree and Spadina Museum. This annual event features live music, delectable eats, freshly pressed cider, a hard craft cider bar from Ontario cideries, magic for the little ones, field games, and so much more! All proceeds from the event support Not Far From The Trees Toronto based fruit picking and sharing program.

$10 in advance | $15 at the gate | Free for children under 12
Admission includes museum entrance!


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