Save the Date: Sunday May 25th Visit us Sunday May 25th, 2014 at Maplewood Farm between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm to watch our sheep get shorn. The day will consist of shearing demonstrations, border collies at work, spinning and weaving demonstrations, wool crafts, face painting and much more. Members… Read more »
We are very excited and pleased to introduce our new Birthday Party Packages. These party packages are offered in our new multi purpose room only. We have many options for you to choose from, however if you are looking for a different boys or girls “Theme” just let us know and we’ll try to accommodate… Read more »
When: Saturday, April 26, 2014 10:00 am Where: 405 Seymour River Place, North Vancouver (Parking is available at the farm or across the street in the Kenneth Gordon School parking lot) What: 10:00 am – gates open, first 100 guests for free, members don’t have to pay as usual. 10:15 am – Speeches from Andrew… Read more »
Our best and top selling gift items for little ones are: Left to right- corn broom, push broom, leaf rake, spade, hoe ($7.99 each) Metal pails available in red, blue, green ($6.99) Assorted Watson gardening gloves for those little fingers ($5.99-$6.50) Kid’s Hand tool set (trowel, rake, shovel) $7.49 Cowboy… Read more »
News Flash! JRFM 93.7 will be broadcasting live from the Maplewood Farm Sheep Shearing event on Sunday May 27th, 2012. An event you don’t want to miss! http://www.jrfm.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8&Itemid=9&postid=534
Farm Scoop – May, 2012 Upcoming Event: 32nd Annual Sheep Shearing Festival, an event you won’t want to miss! Visit Maplewood Farm at 11:00 am or 1:00 pm on Sunday May 27th 2012 to check out the shearing of Maplewood flock by Professional Shearer Lorea Tomsin of Sidney, BC. Bill McCallion of Whonnock, BC will… Read more »
The farm is currently going through a major makeover in preparation for the 2012 season thanks to the District of North Vancouver.
Working on a farm you get used to all the obvious noises you hear every day. It’s often very early in the morning these noises occur. The crowing of the rooster starts at about 2 am, braying from our little donkey as we enter the farm , the screeching from the geese as we pass by the duck pond early… Read more »
It’s been an Easter tradition here at Maplewood Farm to hatch our own eggs in an incubator. This year we opted for a smaller hatch which ended up to be fourteen little chicks this year. For those of you that don’t know what an incubator is, it is a machine that provides heat, humidity and… Read more »
The pouring rain didnt keep these young Peacock Picassos and Rabbit Rembrandts from coming out and creating a fun mural for future visitors to enjoy in Maplewood Farm’s Rabbitat and Peacock Palace.