Events

Building Teams, Strengthening Families, and Building Memories! 

Starting – Saturday September 25th 
Open to the General Public
Friday: 2:00pm – Dark 

Saturday: 10:00am – Dark 

The “Patch” is also set up for school field trips and corporate nights. For scheduling and registration contact us by using the link below, or you may call the Farm Office.

Starting – Saturday September 25th 
Open to the General Public
Friday: 2:00pm – Dark 

Saturday: 10:00am – Dark 

The “Patch” is also set up for school field trips and corporate nights. For scheduling and registration contact us by using the link below, or you may call the Farm Office.

Starting – Saturday September 25th 
Open to the General Public
Friday: 2:00pm – Dark 

Saturday: 10:00am – Dark 

The “Patch” is also set up for school field trips and corporate nights. For scheduling and registration contact us by using the link below, or you may call the Farm Office.

Starting – Saturday September 25th 
Open to the General Public
Friday: 2:00pm – Dark 

Saturday: 10:00am – Dark 

The “Patch” is also set up for school field trips and corporate nights. For scheduling and registration contact us by using the link below, or you may call the Farm Office.

Fun At The Patch.

The “Patch” is open to all ages. It is designed to allow the whole family a relatively in expensive fun activity. With all the restrictions of Covid-19, We encourage you to come enjoy the outdoors and the bounties of the farm. The Patch provides an opportunity for you to come and pick your own pumpkin to decorate or carve for Halloween. Time has proven to us that a “family who plays together, stays together.” Its not always about just getting in “time” with your family, but “quality time” making memories. So, we hope you come out and join the festivities! Can’t wait to see you! 

The Patch includes 

  • Train rides (with the 4-wheeler)
  • Apple Launchers and we will have an apple cannon this year.
  • A straw maze with a Straw pyramid.
  • Carnival games including bean bag toss, pumpkin tic-tic tack toe, squash bowling, ring toss and more…
  • There will be food: Hot dogs and hamburgers available (for purchase)
  • Fire pits and smores. 
  • Caramel Apples and Fresh Apple Cider. 

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Field Trips:

The Patch may also be scheduled for School field trips, and or homeschool smaller group field trips to see and learn how the apple cider is made and enjoy the patch and its activities. (Available throughout the month of October) 

Corporate Nights: 

Businesses are often looking for fun activities or venues to host a company party, or a team building/bonding experience. The patch may be reserved  for such a night (Tuesday – Thursday during October). Please contact us for more details.

Come spring time in the Basin – the world is waking and the blossoms are coming flowering and everything is turning green. It really is beautiful. With all the white cherry pedals falling covering the ground it gets almost white like snow…  We have been able to enjoy all the blossoms, fun colors, and aromas for years. and we though well why not invite everyone to come and see it and experience all the beauty of spring for themselves.  Blossoms of hope are always bringing new life. As long as we can protect them so they don’t freeze they show us every year how life renews itself and brings forth many fruits…  

This run is designed for kids and families of all ages. For the marathon competitive athlete to the 9 month pregnant mom with a stroller and for our older runners who still got it.. Congrats to our oldest runner last year- he was 92 years old. And, yes, we did have a 9 month pregnant mom with a stroller and she rocked it and then did it again just for fun (no stroller this time). True story!  So, what were saying is you can do it!  

After a long winter – It is a great opportunity to get out in the spring, enjoy some fresh air and hang out with some good people.  The Rowley and Hawkins Fruit Farms is one of the only tart cherry farms left in the Pacific Northwest. They were one of the pioneer cherry farming families in the state of Washington and have been farming in the Columbia Basin area for over 40 years. We appreciate your support and encourage you to come out enjoy the senery and support some of your local farmers.