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2020 - 10th Annual Walk the Farm (1 1/2 Mile Walk Around & Sample Fruits, Vegetables, Shave-Ice, Live Taiko..)Newly Listed

Date: Saturday, 20 June, 2020       Time: 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Tanaka Farms
5380 3/4 University Dr.
Irvine, CA 92612


Phone: (949) 653-2100
Website: Click to Visit

Walk the Farm 2020 Harvesting "Hope" for farmers suffering from the devastation of natural disasters. Help us send the message of "Kibou" (Hope) to the farmers in Japan

Date
Saturday, June 20th, 2020

Check in between
9 am to 11 am

Location
Tanaka Farms, 5380 University Dr., Irvine, CA 92612

Online registration NOW OPEN

PLEASE CARPOOL!!

This year we will be paying a special tribute to the Issei and Nisei farmers. We ask any Yonsei and Gosei to research your ancestry and if there is any agricultural history in your family to please collect a few photos, farm labels, any interesting memorabilia, maybe a short essay about the farm and create a display for us at Walk the Farm.

Contact Glenn at Glenn@TanakaFarms.com for more information

Join us on a one and a half mile walk around a real working farm sampling fresh fruits and vegetables as we remember and send thoughts of "kibou" to those that are still suffering from the effects of the  earthquake/tsunami on March 11, 2011.

(Sorry, NO Dog Walk this year!)

How to Particpate for this Event
Forms for Walk the Farm Registration

Parking 
Limited parking - carpool.

Location
Tanaka Farms, 5380 3/4 University Dr., Irvine, CA 92612

Link
http://www.walkthefarm.com/

Video

Join us on a one and a half mile walk around a real working farm sampling fresh fruits and vegetables as we remember and send thoughts of "kibou" to those that are still suffering from the effects of the earthquake/tsunami on March 11, 2011.

 




Saturday, 20 June, 2020

Event/Festival Contact

Walk the Tanaka Farm
Website: Click to Visit

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