Pumpkins & More Festival - begins Friday, Sept. 26 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Baldwin Farms will host the Madison County Girl Scout Scarecrow Competition to be held Oct. 3-4, 2014. Madison County is home to over 500 girl Scouts representing over 50 troops. So the collection of scarecrows should be a colorful and entertaining event everyone will enjoy seeing. Bring a picnic! Join the fun!
On October 4, an independent judging team will decide the winners at 12:00 noon. Winners will be announced at 2:00 p.m. Winners need not be present to win. Entrants will donate their scarescrows to a “silent auction” which benefits the Girl Scout Service Unit of Madison County. The public is invited to bid on favorite hand-made, original scarecrows. Bidding is open following the competition until October 15. Place your bids in the Auction Box. Bid winners will be notified to pick up their scarecrows on October 15. Please bid enthusiastically to support Madison County Girl Scouts.
Registration is open to all registered individual Girl Scouts and Girl Scout Troops. There is no entry fee. Registration will close at 5:00 p.m. September 30 to allow time to prepare the display area. Contact Cheyenne Fox-Dawson or call/text 256-236-3719 for more information and to register. (see flyer for more information)
Book Your “Harvest Mini” Photography Session
This season, Baldwin Farm will feature Samantha Moran, a talented photographer specializing in natural lighting portraits, to photograph Pumpkin Festival visitors by appointment. Her unique style brings out your personality, no matter how big or small you are. Kids love her so will you. She loves working with babies and families but she’s equally talented with weddings and events.
Samantha features a special package for Baldwin Farms Friends so book your sessions early. These packages can include immediate family only. Larger packages are available by special request that can include extended family or large groups as these require longer sessions. See some of her work
Fun times at Baldwin Farm Pumpkin Festivals with the family are full of memories you will treasure forever. Remember to keep your memories fresh with family portraits.
A random drawing will be held from these bookings for a free one hour session. Don’t miss out. Email Samantha for appointments.
Cut your own Christmas trees, pose in Santa hats for memory pictures, shop for wreaths, swags and other items, and share free hot chocolate and candy canes while warming around the fire barrel during the winter season. Our products make great gifts! Don’t know which tree to choose? … image and descriptions of Christmas Trees (read more)
Click on the Map of Tree Fields below to download your copy (PDF)
Our customers expect us be in the Lowe's parking lot every Saturday morning from 8:00—12:00 noon, beginning June 12th this year. We’ll be back there, as usual, with bright smiles and lots of potatoes, onions, peppers, broccoli and other produce as it ripens. Look for us there!
(The downtown market is different from the Madison County Farmers' Market.)
Our products are sold through our on-farm market, several commercial outlets and the Madison County Farmer’s Market in Lowe’s Parking Lot where we’ve been meeting our friends for 19 years. We appreciate your support and welcome you to tour Baldwin Farms and spend some time with us here.
Landscape Trees and Hay, etc. - By Appointment
Early spring planting gives trees a great start. March is the last month we dig for spring planting. We have a great selection of drought-resistant trees for your selection. Read more about them on the website.
Please call for an appointment to make sure someone is available to help you with landscape trees, hay and other seasonal items.
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