Bluebird Farms, a family-owned Ocean Pines business that is committed to providing healthy produce, flowers, shrubs, and trees to the local community, is pleased to announce the celebration of its 5th Anniversary with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Oct. 17 from 5 – 7pm.

The farm, which is located at 11207 Race Track Road, is deeply rooted in the history of Worcester County.

“This property has been a produce stand for over 20 years and we are excited to keep the tradition going,” said Nancie Corbett, owner of Bluebird Farms. “We strive to utilize as many local farms and businesses as possible to help the local economy thrive.”

Bluebird Farms, with the assistance of the Ocean Pines Chamber of Commerce, will facilitate the ribbon-cutting celebration.

The public is invited to tour the property on Oct. 17 from 5-7 p.m. to enjoy locally grown produce, annual flowers, and perennial plants. The event will also feature family-fun activities, including pumpkin painting, arts and crafts, a bonfire, food, and drinks.

“We are a depot for many local farms, producers, and artisans including Peaches and Honey beekeepers, Goatopia, The Pallet Boyz, Cross Farms, The Wilde Hare Bakery, Home Canning Classics and services by Scotland Yards Landscaping, and unsold produce goes to Diakonia,” said Corbett. “We’re delighted to invite the public to see how much we’ve grown over the past five years.”

With Halloween right around the corner and Fall kicking into full swing here on the Eastern Shore, it is the perfect time to spend a day on a local farm with your friends and family. Get in the spirit of the season with pumpkins, gourds, straw bales, apples, and more fall supplies at Bluebird Farms! Their regular business hours run from 11am-5pm each day, and until 6pm on Saturdays. Visit their website to stay up-to-date on products and seasonal goods!

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