2020 Historic Kirchem Farm Update (09/16/2020):

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Our trees are growing and will be ready to harvest Thanksgiving weekend and through the early part of December 2020.  SO LET’S TALK PUMPKINS!!!

Our 2nd Annual Pumpkin Patch Harvest Festival takes place October 2020 weekends.

  • 35 Heirloom Pumpkin, Squash, and Gourd varieties on the vine in the fields
  • Grizzly Grill Food Truck returns in 2020
  • Homemade Tamales
  • Hard Cider Vendors: Stone Circle Cider & Happy Valley Cider Works
  • Hay Wagon rides (weather permitting – free, donations accepted)
  • Social Distancing Outdoor Fun

COPING WITH COVID during Pumpkin Harvest Festival, October 2020 weekends, 9-5. This is a family event, and as always, safety is a concern. Please note: Masks are required in structures, the animal barn, and on hay rides. Masks are also required outside where ever Social Distancing can not be maintained – Please respect Social Distancing in fields and use good judgement. We have hand washing stations, hand and cart self-sanitizing stations, pumpkin washing area, and a separate line for cash transactions. We are a Smoke-Free Farm. No Dogs Please. Do not bring food or alcohol from home – Food and adult beverages are available at the farm. If you take issue with any of the above or are concerned about being around others in public, do not visit our farm this year and we will hope to see you in 2021. Thank you for understanding these measures are for everyone’s safety and are necessary for this event to take place.

We can’t wait to see you in the fresh air Saturdays & Sundays.  Acres and Acres of 35 varieties of heirloom pumpkins, squash and gourds are on the vine for our 2020 Pumpkin Festival – October weekends! 9-5 Saturday & Sunday. The Historical Kirchem Farm is still family owned and operated. Your Local Farm Family Loves You All! We work hard and dream about PUMPKINS and U-Cut Christmas trees all year long. Best Wishes for a gorgeous fall harvest and season.

~ Reg and Cher Tollefson

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19723 South Bakers Ferry Road,

Oregon City, OR 97045 (Near Carver, OR)

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U-Cut Natural Christmas Trees – the MAGIC starts at Historic Kirchem Farm

Growing trees means each field changes Every Year.

  • Trees grow for an average of 7 years to 11 years of age before they are cut and become part of the Christmas Magic in your homes. Fields need a rest before replanting, and other fields are growing.  Ready to harvest fields change every year by varieties and tree sizes.
  • None of our trees are sprayed!
  • We have both open pastures and tree fields for your family to explore.
  • We accept VISA & MasterCard.Separate CASH line.
  • Free hot chocolate.
  • Free wagon rides on weekends (weather permitting)

 19723 South Bakers Ferry Road, Oregon City 97045

The Historic Kirchem Farm is only a few miles from Carver Bridge in the heart of the Christmas Tree Capital of the WORLD!

It is heart warming to think of our trees in all the homes on Christmas morning . . . decorated and witnessing all the joy and love that fills a person/family’s heart.  Thank you for making us part of your family traditions. We appreciate each and everyone of you!

We love seeing pictures you’ve taken at our farm. And we love seeing our Historic Kirchem Farm trees decorated and set up in your homes. Please enjoy this link to our FaceBook Page and use it to post, share and tag all your pictures, videos and traditions!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Historic-Kirchem-Farm/216944138485044?ref=hl

20080105-IMG_1670-2(photo courtesy of Kris Tabor Photography 503.706.3785)

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IMG_2057The interior of the new Warming Shed!!!

We are still where the Historic Kirchem Farm has been since the mid-1800’s. We still have stunning outdoor venues for weddings and reunions, and of course our NATURAL non-sprayed U-cut CHRISTMAS TREES Friday after Thanksgiving through Early December, and 35 varieties of heirloom PUMPKINS on the vines for October weekends.