Last Chance Cider! Sat & Sun at Four Hearts Farm, Waterboro

Last Chance! This weekend, November 7 & 8, from 11 am – 3 pm we will set up our Pop-up Cider Shop at Four Hearts Farm serving hot & cold cider with jugs to-go! Enjoy this year’s Snowflake Trail for local handmade goodies. A perfect way to shop small businesses for everyone on your gift list! And when you try the fudge at Four Hearts you’ll know why I love it there 😉

Meet us at 13 Bradburn Road in Waterboro!

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Day 2 of introducing area farmers who allow us to carry their products in our shop!
This family is amazing and Ali is one of the most amazing people I have met! So smart and kind and just a light to be around!

We currently carry their Quincannon Organic unpasteurized Apple Cider Vinegar (with the mother, of course) and an ACV Rose water facial toner that smells amazing.

Ali will be at the shop this weekend selling hot & cold apple cider by the cup along with jugs of cider to-go. The shop is open 10-5, she will be there 11-3 Saturday and Sunday!

Here is a little about this farm family right here in Waterboro:

Eden Acres Family Farm
Searching for a quality of life that would bring our family closer to nature, in the Fall of 2014 we sold our home in New Jersey and bought a small tow-behind camper. Bryan grew up in Maine and so we pointed our compass North in search of a new place to live. Of primary importance was a school for our two boys. We wanted an education that allowed them to be kids longer and place more importance on the quality of their learning, rather than test outcomes. We searched a great part of the State looking for that magic combination where we all felt a fit. While visiting a school, within the first few minutes, we were asked if we wanted to live on a 26 acre organic apple orchard with an old farmhouse… Something clicked and we knew we had to look at it! The orchard personified every reason we wanted to move to Maine. Armed with a passion for organic gardening and not much else, we took on the responsibility of caring for the 700+ apple trees. Our initial concern is the health and viability of the orchard. Moving forward, we look to diversify our offerings to include a variety of apple based products.