The Urban Farm Museum Society of Spryfield

We promote rural traditions in urban places through education and actual food production, bringing young and old together. We are reviving the farming heritage of Spryfield by creating a working farm museum in the heart of our community.

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2017 Events Schedule

Please note, during August, Rockingstone Road is being paved. Access is still possible through the gate. Alternatives – you can park on Beachstone, or at the end of Tartan Avenue or at Captain William Spry Centre and walk up to the Farm (5 minutes)

Tuesday, August 15th, 5:30-7:30. Forest School Family Fun

Come and find out about the Urban Farm Forest School in Spryfield which we are hosting throughout the fall for children of all ages. Reigstration starts soon. This event introduces families to Forest School, fun in the woods and the fields, outdoors in all kinds of weather, having fun, run by Sally Trower, well-known Forest School educator. For information about Forest School and registration contact

Wednesday, August 23, 4 to 6 pm Afternoon Tea party

This is the time to enjoy the last of summer at the Farm and stock up on fresh veggies. We will be serving a choice of teas, made from fresh-picked herbs, wild foraged plants. Regular tea also available. Baked goods (while they last).

Saturday September 16, 2-4 pm, Harvest Fair

Our biggest event of the year, with animal visitors, music, food made from our own produce, games for children. Spryfield’s Harvest Festival starts at the Urban Farm.