Fall Festival 2021

Who doesn’t love Fall on Green Bluff? After taking 2020 off, we were excited to open our farm back up again in 2021. Here’s a look into all of the fun…

< 2021 was one of Spokane’s hottest and driest seasons on record, but we still managed to grow over 27 varieties of gourds & squash. Some were tiny… some were huge… but all were loved.

coffee & shopping

This year we upped our coffee game with full espresso.

We also brought in more items to shop – including this cool “vintage” print from local artist Chris Bovey

Our guests were able to tromp through the pumpkin patch, dress scarecrows, find crazy gourds and capture some instagram worthy photos. With all the craziness that comes with fall festivals, we’ve intentionally pushed a chill vibe. We love how relaxing our farm is and we’re so happy to pass that feeling onto others.

Perhaps the best addition to our fall festival this year was the wine & beer. We’ve worked with a couple of Washington State vineyards to create a few wines. In addition, we sourced locally crafted draft beer to serve as well.

join us next year!

We’ll open again next Fall (usually around mid-September through the end of October) and have some very exciting offerings for 2022. We hope that you’ll come visit us.

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