Pomeroy Farm

Thanksgiving Tea at Pomeroy Farm

The Gathering Place at Pomeroy Farm invites you to celebrate the season of thankfulness with a cozy, autumn-themed tea. Choose one of two tea-times: noon on Saturday, Nov. 11, or noon on Saturday, Nov. 18. Both Thanksgiving Teas feature a seasonal menu of assorted tea sandwiches, scones, desserts and two varieties of tea. The cost is $24 per person, plus tax, and the price includes a tour of the historic Pomeroy log house. Make your reservations by calling 360-686-3537 or e-mailing staff@pomeroyfarm.org. You can pay over the phone or reserve your spot and send a check.

If you can’t attend either of these teas, don’t worry; Pomeroy Farm is also offering several lavish Christmas-themed teas in November and December, along with tours of its historical log home, on Nov. 25, Dec. 2, Dec. 9, Dec. 16, and Wednesday, Dec. 13. All seatings are at noon and the cost is $24 per person.

Pomeroy Farm is located at 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Rd. in between Battle Ground and Yacolt. To learn more about this marvelous, family-owned working farm, visit www.pomeroyfarm.org.

Thanksgiving Tea & Tour at Pomeroy Farm

The Gathering Place at Pomeroy Farm invites you to celebrate the season of thankfulness with a cozy, autumn-themed tea. Choose one of two tea-times: noon on Saturday, Nov. 11, or noon on Saturday, Nov. 18. Both Thanksgiving Teas feature a seasonal menu of assorted tea sandwiches, scones, desserts and two varieties of tea. The cost is $24 per person, plus tax, and the price includes a tour of the historic Pomeroy log house. Make your reservations by calling 360-686-3537 or e-mailing staff@pomeroyfarm.org. You can pay over the phone or reserve your spot and send a check.

If you can’t attend either of these teas, don’t worry; Pomeroy Farm is also offering several lavish Christmas-themed teas in November and December, along with tours of its historical log home, on Nov. 25, Dec. 2, Dec. 9, Dec. 16, and Wednesday, Dec. 13. All seatings are at noon and the cost is $24 per person.

Pomeroy Farm is located at 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Rd. in between Battle Ground and Yacolt. To learn more about this marvelous, family-owned working farm, visit www.pomeroyfarm.org.

Pumpkin Lane at Pomeroy Farm

Pomeroy Living History Farm kicks off the season with the opening of Pumpkin Lane on Saturday, Oct. 7. This North Bank autumn tradition is open every weekend in October—Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.—through Sunday, Oct. 29. Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for children ages three to 11; kids two and under are free.

Admission provides your family with a day’s worth of fun and activities, including the popular mile-long hayride around Pumpkin Lane, featuring over 100 “pumpkin people” arranged in various themed vignettes. The trip around Pumpkin Lane includes a stop at the pumpkin patch, where you can pick out the perfect pumpkins. Pumpkins are an additional fee, with prices starting at just $1.50. Also: baby’s first pumpkin is free!

Also included in the admission price is a hay bale maze for children, pumpkin flume game, yard games, barn animals, and photo opportunities. Pomeroy Farm’s historic log house will also be open for tours on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays from 12 to 4 p.m. New this year are different local food vendors every weekend, offering a variety of festive snacks and seasonal favorites (of COURSE there will be pumpkin pie!).

Proceeds benefit the educational programs at Pomeroy Living History Farm, a non-profit living history museum interpreting pre-electric life in the Lucia Valley of Southwest Washington. The farm is located at 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Rd., outside of Yacolt. Call 360-686-3537 or visit www.pomeroyfarm.org for more information.

Pumpkin Lane at Pomeroy Farm

Pomeroy Living History Farm kicks off the season with the opening of Pumpkin Lane on Saturday, Oct. 7. This North Bank autumn tradition is open every weekend in October—Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.—through Sunday, Oct. 29. Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for children ages three to 11; kids two and under are free.

Admission provides your family with a day’s worth of fun and activities, including the popular mile-long hayride around Pumpkin Lane, featuring over 100 “pumpkin people” arranged in various themed vignettes. The trip around Pumpkin Lane includes a stop at the pumpkin patch, where you can pick out the perfect pumpkins. Pumpkins are an additional fee, with prices starting at just $1.50. Also: baby’s first pumpkin is free!

Also included in the admission price is a hay bale maze for children, pumpkin flume game, yard games, barn animals, and photo opportunities. Pomeroy Farm’s historic log house will also be open for tours on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays from 12 to 4 p.m. New this year are different local food vendors every weekend, offering a variety of festive snacks and seasonal favorites (of COURSE there will be pumpkin pie!).

Proceeds benefit the educational programs at Pomeroy Living History Farm, a non-profit living history museum interpreting pre-electric life in the Lucia Valley of Southwest Washington. The farm is located at 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Rd., outside of Yacolt. Call 360-686-3537 or visit www.pomeroyfarm.org for more information.

Country Life Fair and Herb & Plant Sale at Pomeroy Farm

Pomeroy Farm will host the fourth annual Country Life Fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 29, and  11 a.m. to 4 p.m on Sunday, April 30. Admission is free, although donations are gladly accepted. The fair promotes local agriculture and back-to-the-land independent living.

See demonstrations of crafts such as blacksmithing, tinsmithing, bow-making, fly-tying, jewelry-making, rug-making, sock-making, wool-spinning, woodworking, and everyone’s favorite, ham radio. Browse through the array of local vendors selling artisan wares and home décor, skin care products, jewelry, pottery, local honey, clothing, and more. Get a head start on your garden at the Plant & Herb Sale, featuring thousands of herbs and plants, including a wide variety of organic vegetable and heirloom tomato plants.

Pomeroy Farm is always a big hit with the children, so bring them along to see farm animals such as cows, pigs, goats, sheep, and alpacas. Particularly fun for kids is the “Country Life Passport”—every kid gets a free passport in which to gather stamps as they complete various activities around the farm; kids who complete the passport get a small prize.

There will also be hands-on activities like planting seeds to take home, making cornhusk dolls, and hayrides. Guest will tap their toes to the lilting sounds of live Americana-style music and the historic Pomeroy log house will be open for tours from noon to 4 p.m. each day. And if you get a hankerin’ for some home cookin’, there will be food carts like Vida Flare and Nellie’s double-decker bus, and the Farm Café will provide country-style fare such as hot dogs, sausage dogs, baked potatoes, snacks, and hot and cold drinks.

Parking and admission are free, and all donations will go support the farm’s educational programs. A couple of words to the wise: bring cash, since not all vendors are set up to accept checks or credit cards. Family pets must stay at home (rambunctious dogs can frighten some farm animals). And dress for the weather—there’s lots of fun to be had both indoors and outdoors! For more details, visit www.pomeroyfarm.org.

Country Life Fair at Pomeroy Farm

Pomeroy Farm will host the fourth annual Country Life Fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 29, and  11 a.m. to 4 p.m on Sunday, April 30. Admission is free, although donations are gladly accepted. The fair promotes local agriculture and back-to-the-land independent living.

See demonstrations of crafts such as blacksmithing, tinsmithing, bow-making, fly-tying, jewelry-making, rug-making, sock-making, wool-spinning, woodworking, and everyone’s favorite, ham radio. Browse through the array of local vendors selling artisan wares and home décor, skin care products, jewelry, pottery, local honey, clothing, and more. Get a head start on your garden at the Plant & Herb Sale, featuring thousands of herbs and plants, including a wide variety of organic vegetable and heirloom tomato plants.

Pomeroy Farm is always a big hit with the children, so bring them along to see farm animals such as cows, pigs, goats, sheep, and alpacas. Particularly fun for kids is the “Country Life Passport”—every kid gets a free passport in which to gather stamps as they complete various activities around the farm; kids who complete the passport get a small prize.

There will also be hands-on activities like planting seeds to take home, making cornhusk dolls, and hayrides. Guest will tap their toes to the lilting sounds of live Americana-style music and the historic Pomeroy log house will be open for tours from noon to 4 p.m. each day. And if you get a hankerin’ for some home cookin’, there will be food carts like Vida Flare and Nellie’s double-decker bus, and the Farm Café will provide country-style fare such as hot dogs, sausage dogs, baked potatoes, snacks, and hot and cold drinks.

Parking and admission are free, and all donations will go support the farm’s educational programs. A couple of words to the wise: bring cash, since not all vendors are set up to accept checks or credit cards. Family pets must stay at home (rambunctious dogs can frighten some farm animals). And dress for the weather—there’s lots of fun to be had both indoors and outdoors! For more details, visit www.pomeroyfarm.org.

Above image: three of Pomeroy’s goats and one adorable sheep! See more cute pics on Pomeroy Farm’s Facebook page.

Anne of Green Gables Tea

Pomeroy Living History Farm is hosting two Anne of Green Gables Teas at noon on Saturdays, April 8 and 15, in its beautiful Gathering Place tea room. The seasonal menu will include assorted tea sandwiches, scones, desserts and two varieties of tea. The cost is $24 per person (including tax) for the tea luncheon and a tour of historical Pomeroy Log House.

The teas are extraordinarily popular—because (and I speak from experience) they are DELICIOUS and AMAZING—and sell out quicker than you can bat an eye. Call 360-686-3537 to reserve your spot. If you find that the tea seating has already sold out, you can add your name to a waiting list—or better yet, make your reservations now for the Mother’s Day Teas on May 6, May 10, and May 13.

Pomeroy Living History Farm is located at 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Road about ten minutes northeast of Battle Ground. To learn more, visit www.pomeroyfarm.org or call 360-686-3537. You’ll also want to mark your calendar for the popular (and free!) Country Life Fair at Pomeroy Farm on Saturday, April 29, and Sunday, April 30.

Anne of Green Gables Tea

Pomeroy Living History Farm is hosting two Anne of Green Gables Teas at noon on Saturdays, April 8 and 15, in its beautiful Gathering Place tea room. The seasonal menu will include assorted tea sandwiches, scones, desserts and two varieties of tea. The cost is $24 per person (including tax) for the tea luncheon and a tour of historical Pomeroy Log House.

The teas are extraordinarily popular—because (and I speak from experience) they are DELICIOUS and AMAZING—and sell out quicker than you can bat an eye. Call 360-686-3537 to reserve your spot. If you find that the tea seating has already sold out, you can add your name to a waiting list—or better yet, make your reservations now for the Mother’s Day Teas on May 6, May 10, and May 13.

Pomeroy Living History Farm is located at 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Road about ten minutes northeast of Battle Ground. To learn more, visit www.pomeroyfarm.org or call 360-686-3537. You’ll also want to mark your calendar for the popular (and free!) Country Life Fair at Pomeroy Farm on Saturday, April 29, and Sunday, April 30.

Anne of Green Gables Tea at Pomeroy Farm

Pomeroy Living History Farm is hosting two Anne of Green Gables Teas at noon on Saturdays, April 8 and 15, in its beautiful Gathering Place tea room. The seasonal menu will include assorted tea sandwiches, scones, desserts and two varieties of tea. The cost is $24 per person (including tax) for the tea luncheon and a tour of historical Pomeroy Log House.

The teas are extraordinarily popular—because (and I speak from experience) they are DELICIOUS and AMAZING—and sell out quicker than you can bat an eye. Call 360-686-3537 to reserve your spot. If you find that the tea seating has already sold out, you can add your name to a waiting list—or better yet, make your reservations now for the Mother’s Day Teas on May 6, May 10, and May 13.

Pomeroy Living History Farm is located at 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Road about ten minutes northeast of Battle Ground. To learn more, visit www.pomeroyfarm.org or call 360-686-3537. You’ll also want to mark your calendar for the popular (and free!) Country Life Fair at Pomeroy Farm on Saturday, April 29, and Sunday, April 30.

 

Christmas Tea and Log House Tour

Pomeroy Tea Room is now taking reservations for its renowned Christmas Tea and Tour on the last weekend in November and on several dates in December. Make your reservations by calling 360-686-3537 or e-mailing staff@pomeroyfarm.org. Pay over the phone with a bankcard or reserve your spot and send a check. If you need to cancel, call seven days before the event and your fee will be fully refunded.

The Christmas Tea and Tour will be offered at noon on Saturdays, Nov. 26, Dec. 3, 10, and 17, and Wednesday, Dec. 14. The historic log house and the “Gathering Place” will set the mood for a joyous Christmas Tea at Pomeroy Farm. Tours of the main floor of the log house—decorated in Christmas finery and featuring the family’s collections—are included in the price of the tea. This festive tea in the Gathering Place will include assorted tea sandwiches, scones, desserts, and two varieties of tea. The cost is $23 per person, which includes tea, the tour, and tax.

Pomeroy Farm is located at 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Rd. in between Battle Ground and Yacolt. To learn more about this marvelous, family-owned working farm, visit www.pomeroyfarm.org.

Christmas Tea and Tour Pomeroy Farm

Pomeroy Tea Room is now taking reservations for its renowned Christmas Tea and Tour on the last weekend in November and on several dates in December. Make your reservations by calling 360-686-3537 or e-mailing staff@pomeroyfarm.org. Pay over the phone with a bankcard or reserve your spot and send a check. If you need to cancel, call seven days before the event and your fee will be fully refunded.

The Christmas Tea and Tour will be offered at noon on Saturdays, Nov. 26, Dec. 3, 10, and 17, and Wednesday, Dec. 14. The historic log house and the “Gathering Place” will set the mood for a joyous Christmas Tea at Pomeroy Farm. Tours of the main floor of the log house—decorated in Christmas finery and featuring the family’s collections—are included in the price of the tea. This festive tea in the Gathering Place will include assorted tea sandwiches, scones, desserts, and two varieties of tea. The cost is $23 per person, which includes tea, the tour, and tax.

Pomeroy Farm is located at 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Rd. in between Battle Ground and Yacolt. To learn more about this marvelous, family-owned working farm, visit www.pomeroyfarm.org.

 

Thanksgiving Tea at Pomeroy Farm

If you can’t attend either of these teas, don’t worry; Pomeroy Farm is also offering several lavish Christmas-themed teas in November and December, along with tours of its historical log home, on Nov. 26, Dec. 3, Dec. 10, Dec. 14, and Dec. 17. The cost is $23 per person.

Pomeroy Farm is located at 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Rd. in between Battle Ground and Yacolt. To learn more about this marvelous, family-owned working farm, visit www.pomeroyfarm.org.

Thanksgiving Teas at Pomeroy Farm

The Gathering Place at Pomeroy Farm invites you to celebrate the season of thankfulness with a cozy, autumn-themed tea. Choose one of two tea-times: noon on Saturday, Nov. 12, or noon on Saturday, Nov. 19. Both Thanksgiving Teas include a seasonal menu of assorted tea sandwiches, scones, desserts and two varieties of tea. The cost is $21 per person, plus tax. Make your reservations by calling 360-686-3537 or e-mailing staff@pomeroyfarm.org. You can pay over the phone or reserve your spot and send a check.

If you can’t attend either of these teas, don’t worry; Pomeroy Farm is also offering several lavish Christmas-themed teas in November and December, along with tours of its historical log home, on Nov. 26, Dec. 3, Dec. 10, Dec. 14, and Dec. 17. The cost is $23 per person.

Pomeroy Farm is located at 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Rd. in between Battle Ground and Yacolt. To learn more about this marvelous, family-owned working farm, visit www.pomeroyfarm.org.

Editor’s note: we attended one of the Thanksgiving Teas last year, and we were absolutely gobsmacked with the beauty, quality, variety, deliciousness, just-baked freshness and general loveliness of the tea. It’s one of the finest teas we’ve had the pleasure of partaking in—and we’ve had cream teas from England to Canada and even at the famed Huntington Gardens in Southern California. The Pomeroy Farm tea topped them all! Well, except for that one tea-house in Sussex. But it’s still close.

Pumpkin Lane at Pomeroy Farm

Pomeroy Living History Farm kicks off the season with the opening of Pumpkin Lane on Saturday, Oct. 1. This North Bank autumn tradition is open every weekend in October—Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.—and closed Halloween Day. Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for children ages three to 11; kids two and under are free.

Admission provides your family with a day’s worth of fun and activities, including the popular mile-long hayride around Pumpkin Lane, featuring over 100 “pumpkin people” arranged in various themed vignettes. The trip around Pumpkin Lane includes a stop at the pumpkin patch, where you can pick out the perfect pumpkins. Pumpkins are an additional fee, with prices starting at just $1.

Also included in the admission price is a hay bale maze for children, pumpkin flume game, yard games, barn animals, and photo opportunities. Pomeroy Farm’s historic log house will also be open for tours on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays from 12 to 4 p.m. The Farm Café will be open throughout the day, offering hot dogs and Polish dogs, baked potatoes, snacks, hot and cold beverages—and of course pumpkin pie!

Proceeds benefit the educational programs at Pomeroy Living History Farm, a non-profit living history museum interpreting pre-electric life in the Lucia Valley of Southwest Washington. The farm is located at 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Rd., outside of Yacolt. Call 360-686-3537 or visit www.pomeroyfarm.org for more information.

Pumpkin Lane at Pomeroy Farm

Pomeroy Living History Farm kicks off the season with the opening of Pumpkin Lane on Saturday, Oct. 1. This North Bank autumn tradition is open every weekend in October—Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.—and closed Halloween Day. Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for children ages three to 11; kids two and under are free.

Admission provides your family with a day’s worth of fun and activities, including the popular mile-long hayride around Pumpkin Lane, featuring over 100 “pumpkin people” arranged in various themed vignettes. The trip around Pumpkin Lane includes a stop at the pumpkin patch, where you can pick out the perfect pumpkins. Pumpkins are an additional fee, with prices starting at just $1.

Also included in the admission price is a hay bale maze for children, pumpkin flume game, yard games, barn animals, and photo opportunities. Pomeroy Farm’s historic log house will also be open for tours on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays from 12 to 4 p.m. The Farm Café will be open throughout the day, offering hot dogs and Polish dogs, baked potatoes, snacks, hot and cold beverages—and of course pumpkin pie!

Proceeds benefit the educational programs at Pomeroy Living History Farm, a non-profit living history museum interpreting pre-electric life in the Lucia Valley of Southwest Washington. The farm is located at 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Rd., outside of Yacolt. Call 360-686-3537 or visit www.pomeroyfarm.org for more information.

Pumpkin Lane at Pomeroy Farm

Pomeroy Living History Farm kicks off the season with the opening of Pumpkin Lane on Saturday, Oct. 1. This North Bank autumn tradition is open every weekend in October—Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.—and closed Halloween Day. Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for children ages three to 11; kids two and under are free.

Admission provides your family with a day’s worth of fun and activities, including the popular mile-long hayride around Pumpkin Lane, featuring over 100 “pumpkin people” arranged in various themed vignettes. The trip around Pumpkin Lane includes a stop at the pumpkin patch, where you can pick out the perfect pumpkins. Pumpkins are an additional fee, with prices starting at just $1.

Also included in the admission price is a hay bale maze for children, pumpkin flume game, yard games, barn animals, and photo opportunities. Pomeroy Farm’s historic log house will also be open for tours on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays from 12 to 4 p.m. The Farm Café will be open throughout the day, offering hot dogs and Polish dogs, baked potatoes, snacks, hot and cold beverages—and of course pumpkin pie!

Proceeds benefit the educational programs at Pomeroy Living History Farm, a non-profit living history museum interpreting pre-electric life in the Lucia Valley of Southwest Washington. The farm is located at 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Rd., outside of Yacolt. Call 360-686-3537 or visit www.pomeroyfarm.org for more information.

Country Life Fair

Pomeroy Farm will host the third annual Country Life Fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 30, and  11 a.m. to 4 p.m on Sunday, May 1. The fair promotes local agriculture and back-to-the-land independent living. Demonstrations of crafts such as knitting, weaving, spinning, fly tying, knife making, woodworking, and chainsaw carving will take place around the farm grounds. Community-supported agriculture groups (CSAs) will be available for information and to sign up for subscriptions of fresh, local produce. Short educational sessions will be held on topics such as raspberry, blueberry, and fruit tree pruning, as well as introductory classes on hot water bath and pressure canning. Browse through the array of local vendors or stock up at the Plant & Herb Sale, featuring thousands of herbs and plants, including a wide variety of organic vegetable and heirloom tomato plants.

Pomeroy Farm is always a big hit with the children, so bring them along to see farm animals such as cows, pigs, goats, sheep, and alpacas. (Several calves were born in March, and they are soooooooo cute; see photo above.) There will also be hands-on activities like planting seeds to take home, making historic cornhusk dolls, and hayrides. Guest will tap their toes to the lilting sounds of live Americana-style music and the historic Pomeroy log house will be open for tours from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. And if you get a hankerin’ for some home cookin’, the Farm Café will provide country-style fare such as hot dogs, sausage dogs, baked potatoes, snacks, and hot and cold drinks. Parking and admission are free. Donations are accepted to support the farm’s educational programs. For more details, visit www.pomeroyfarm.org.

Anne of Green Gables Tea

Pomeroy Living History Farm is hosting three Anne of Green Gables Teas, two at noon on Saturdays, April 2 and 9, and another at noon on Wednesday, April 6. All teas will be proper sit-down affairs in Pomeroy’s beautiful Gathering Place tea room. The seasonal menu will include assorted tea sandwiches, scones, desserts and two varieties of tea. The cost is $17.95 per person (plus tax) for the tea luncheon, but you can choose to include a tour of historical Pomeroy Log House for a small additional fee. If you find that the tea seating has sold out, you can add your name to a waiting list—or better yet, make your reservations now for the Mother’s Day Teas on May 7, May 11, and May 14.

Pomeroy Living History Farm is located at 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Road about ten minutes northeast of Battle Ground. To learn more, visit www.pomeroyfarm.org or call 360-686-3537. You’ll also want to mark your calendar for the popular (and free!) Country Life Fair at Pomeroy Farm on Saturday, April 30, and Sunday, May 1.

Anne of Green Gables Tea

Pomeroy Living History Farm is hosting three Anne of Green Gables Teas, two at noon on Saturdays, April 2 and 9, and another at noon on Wednesday, April 6. All teas will be proper sit-down affairs in Pomeroy’s beautiful Gathering Place tea room. The seasonal menu will include assorted tea sandwiches, scones, desserts and two varieties of tea. The cost is $17.95 per person (plus tax) for the tea luncheon, but you can choose to include a tour of historical Pomeroy Log House for a small additional fee. If you find that the tea seating has sold out, you can add your name to a waiting list—or better yet, make your reservations now for the Mother’s Day Teas on May 7, May 11, and May 14.

Pomeroy Living History Farm is located at 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Road about ten minutes northeast of Battle Ground. To learn more, visit www.pomeroyfarm.org or call 360-686-3537. You’ll also want to mark your calendar for the popular (and free!) Country Life Fair at Pomeroy Farm on Saturday, April 30, and Sunday, May 1.

St. Patrick’s Day Tea at Pomeroy Farm

The Pomeroy Tea Room at Pomeroy Living History Farm is hosting a St. Patrick’s Day Tea at noon on Saturday, March 12. The tea luncheon is $17.95 per person plus tax, and includes lots of fresh-baked teatime treats from the Pomeroy Tea Room kitchen: assorted tea sandwiches, scones, desserts, and two varieties of tea. For a small additional fee, you and your party can also tour the Pomeroy family’s historic log home, filled with vintage treasures from the 20s through the 70s. You might also enjoy (weather permitting) a short respite under Pomeroy’s new garden gazebo.

Call 360-686-3537 to reserve your spot. Pomeroy Farm is located at 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Rd. in between Battle Ground and Yacolt. To learn more about this marvelous, family-owned working farm, visit www.pomeroyfarm.org. You won’t want to miss the farm’s free Country Life Fair and Herb & Plant Sale on Saturday, April 25, and Sunday, April 26.

Editor’s note: we attended Pomeroy’s Thanksgiving Tea last November, and it was outstanding in every way—beautifully presented, prepared-on-site sandwiches and freshly baked goodies still warm from the oven. You’ll feel like the Queen of England herself…or the king, as the case may be.