For the past 21 years families, individuals, and many others have come to cherish their time spent at Blooms & Berries Farm Market for Fall on the Farm.
With the challenges and new ways of operating business, Blooms & Berries is happy to announce the return of Fall on the Farm for the 2020 season beginning on September 19th through November 1st.
The biggest change this year lies within a crossover to all online timed ticketing sales to manage attendance. Fall on the Farm will carry the same fall feels, while keeping the safety and health of customers at the forefront. Many families have been visiting our farm for years and have built fond memories at FOTF season after season. One guest describes their tradition of a fall visit to our farm: “Visiting Blooms and Berries has been our favorite fall activity since my son was 2 years old and he’ll be turning 7 this fall. So many great memories there! Pumpkin photos, hayrides, Spookley the Square Pumpkin, and the corn maze.”
Owner and farmer, Jeff Probst guarantees a fun and Safe environment and experience: “Once we built our Safety Plan for 2020, we were elated to realize the tradition of fall will only get better this year.” To ensure a fun and healthy autumn-time experience Blooms & Berries is:
• Managing attendance using an online zero-contact ticketing platform.
• Installing no-touch temperature taking procedure for each guest.
• Implementing a Clean Team that ensures sanitation all over the farm and activities.
• Creating a spaced-out layout in our Garden Center, Market Barn, and farm for proper social distancing.
• Practicing sanitation and safety procedures throughout the entire festival for customers and employees.
Blooms & Berries Farm Market has been a Cincinnati tradition since 1999 through seasonal farm operations. These include fresh flowers in the Spring, local produce in the Summer, and Fall on the Farm in Autumn. A family owned and operated business that helps create fond memories and authentic farm experiences. For more information on Fall on the Farm visit fallonthefarm.com!