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2019 - 5th Annual Farm Walk for Childhood Cancer (See Video) 1-Mile Walk Around Tanaka Farms with 10 fruit/Vegetable Sampling Stations .. Newly Listed

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Date: Saturday, 14 September, 2019       Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Tanaka Farms
5380 3/4 University Dr.
Irvine, CA 92612


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

Annual Farm Walk for Childhood Cancer: Farm Walk for Childhood Cancer is a one-mile walk around Tanaka Farms with 10 fruit/vegetable sampling stations along the route. These stations will be staffed by various "childhood cancer" organizations. They will pass out the produce samples, provide information about the cancer fighting benefits of the product and at the same time, promote their organization.

Farm Walk For Childhood Cancer is a collaborative effort of OCO and SOC. 2018 proceeds will benefit the following Participating Organizations:

Date
September 14, 2019 - Saturday

Time
9:00am - noon

What We Do

Farm Tours
Our farm provides customers with things to do all year round. We host Strawberry Tours March through June, Melon Tours and Corn Picking Tours July through August, a Pumpkin Patch Tour from September to October, and a Holiday Tour in December. We also offer U-Pick Vegetable Tours and Cookout Tours throughout the year.

Produce Market Stand
Tanaka Farms grows and harvests over 60 different fruits and vegetables throughout the year right here on the farm using responsible farming methods. Produce is harvested daily so we can deliver to you the freshest and best tasting produce that we can. Because we only grow row crops here at the farm, we also purchase other quality produce from partner farms, like apples, blueberries, limes, and more, which may be organic or conventionally grown.

Produce Market Stand
The Produce Market Stand is open from 9 am to 5 pm, seven days a week, all year long, except for a short winter break after our Christmas season in December.

The fruits and vegetables available will vary throughout the growing season. Generally, we will have our sweet strawberries March to June, delicious cantaloupes and watermelons July and August, as well as various other produce that we grow. Check out our Seasonal Harvest Chart.

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Saturday, 14 September, 2019

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Annual Farm Walk for Childhood Cancer
Website: Click to Visit

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