Cider, horse-drawn wagon rides, Jerry Mader book signing
Dog Mountain Farm (7026 Tolt Highlands Rd NE, Carnation) is hosting an Apple Harvest Festival Oct. 22, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. The heritage variety apple trees are loaded with fruit and they welcome you to come join in pressing cider and making apple butter. Horse-drawn carriage rides will be available, weather permitting. On the farm tour you’ll meet heritage breed turkeys, goats, draft horses, chickens, sheep and Gloucestershire Old Spots pigs. Cost: $5/person (free for children under 12).
Local author Jerry Mader will be selling and signing his book, “Saving the Soil—the New American Farmer,” which documents the activities of nine organic farms in the Snoqualmie Valley. Call (425) 333-0833 for more information.