A Guide to Very Valley Holiday Events

Festive parades, towering Christmas trees, visits with Santa, and sparkling lights all around are just a few of the things we love about the events being hosted throughout Fraser Valley this season! Here’s your guide to all of the holiday happenings and more…

Holiday Family Fun in the Valley

The Fraser Valley is the place to be this holiday season! With plenty of exciting holiday activities for the whole family, we know it will be hard to choose which ones to go to. Check out our itinerary to make sure you and your family get the most out of the Fraser Valley during the winter holidays!

Foraging for your Holiday Meal with the Circle Farm Tour

‘Tis the season for holiday gatherings, as mouth-watering aromas and joyous laughter fill your home. Gather locally grown ingredients and artisan products for your holiday meal, sourced from the rich agricultural lands of the Fraser Valley. The Circle Farm Tour is your go-to guide for fresh-baked pies, artisan cheeses, spirited sips, and all the fixings for a hearty dinner. This season, meet the friendly faces behind your feast and support local farmers and small businesses.

Explore the Fraser Valley Circle Farm Tour

Berry wine, baked goods, blooms, and baskets overflowing with goodies. The Fraser Valley’s self-guided Circle Farm Tour is the perfect way to celebrate the seasons and support small, family-run businesses along the way. Build warm connections with local farmers and artisans whose roots run deep in this area, and grow a new appreciation for food, community, and craftsmanship. You might just find a few surprises along the way. The Circle Farm Tour is a series of community roadmaps that bring you to unique agri-tourism destinations, special events, farm-gate vendors, open-air markets and eateries dotted throughout the Fraser Valley. Here’s what to expect on your adventure.

The Farm House Natural Cheeses

From Clothbound Cheddar to fresh Cheese Truffles, this family-run cheese farm produces an exciting variety of products made from happy, pasture-fed cows and goats. Tucked along a quiet country road in Agassiz, the farm has been in business since 2003, and a number of their prize-winning cheeses can be found in Vancouver’s high-end restaurants today. The goat and cow cheeses are inspired by the Old World and made with traditional recipes and methods.

Seaside Pearl Farmgate Winery

We’re going to the chapel and we’re going to get wine—wait, that’s not how the song goes! Swing by the Seaside Pearl Farmgate Winery for a tasting and a tour set against the spectacular backdrop of rolling pastures and meandering country roads in Mount Lehman. The historic charm of this community is infused in the wine tasting room, a copper spired chapel with intricate paintings and exposed wood beams adorning the interior.

Wander our Wine Region

Although the Fraser Valley is well known for being one of the most agriculturally productive parts of BC, it remains a surprise to some that the Valley is actually the second largest wine producing region in British Columbia. Our cool climate, fertile soil, along with farmers who have a passion for viticulture, means that wine lovers can find over 15 wineries covering more than 200 acres in the region.

Blueberry Cheesecake Ice Cream (No-Churn)

Ever thought of making ice cream at home? Adding a punch of flavour is easy to this basic recipe! The Fraser Valley is abundant in local blueberry farms offering U-pick, pre-picked, or frozen berries that are grown only steps from the checkout.

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