Celebrate Jersey Fresh and one of our state’s favorite fruits by joining us for our annual Just Peachy Festival on August 5 & 6, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The weekend will be filled with plenty of activities for kids, including a ride through the orchards on our tractor-drawn wagons, pony rides, face painting, games and barnyard fun. On Sunday, Aug 5. Schafer’s Sports Center will be here with an interactive tumbling fun area.

Enjoy live music each day noon-4pm. On Saturday, enjoy Borderline performs and on Sunday, tunes from Dixie.

Our “Summer Harvest Farm-to-Fork Tasting” features talented local chefs who will prepare creative dishes using peaches and produce from Terhune Orchards. Visitors can enjoy this special tasting event on Saturday and Sunday from 12-4 p.m. or as supplies last in our big red barn. The special tasting section is $12 per person. *See restaurant line-up below

Cooking demonstrations and lively discussions will be held on both days at 2 p.m. with two very special guest presenters. You will love the internationally inflected, peachy inspiration from these fun and tasty programs.

Saturday: Naomi Mobed, owner of Le Bon Magot -winner of five 2017 Sofi Awards include Best New Product for Spiced Raisin Marmalata with Ras Al Hanout & Smoked Cinnamon. “Magot” or the hidden treasure specializes in African, Middle Eastern and South Asian inspired condiments and culinary ingredients: caponata, chutney, conserve, marmalata, preserves, tapenade and dressing. The ethos of Le Bon Magot is to create crafted products from heritage recipes using high-quality seasonal produce, Custom-Blended Aromatics and No Preservatives. In addition to the distinctive look and taste of the products, a notable feature of these condiments is an Enduring Shelf-Life, which has been achieved through classical, proven cooking and preserving techniques (e.g. pickling, temperature control, oil, sugar).

Sunday: Katie Parla, author of Tasting Rome:Fresh Flavors and Forgotten Recipes from an Ancient City” – IACP Award Winner for Best International Cookbook 2017
Katie Parla is a Rome-based food and beverage educator and journalist. Originally from New Jersey, she has an art history degree from Yale, a master’s degree in Italian Gastronomic Culture from the Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata”, a sommelier certificate from the Federazione Italiana Sommelier Albergatori Ristoratori, and an archeological speleology certification from the city of Rome.

Pam’s Everything Peachy Food Tent will offer other tasty summer fare such as barbecued chicken, hot dogs, homemade gazpacho, salads, and our famous apple cider donuts. This year we are adding a Just Peachy Ice Cream Social tent. Cool off with one of our refreshing frozen peach slushies and a selection of locally made ice creams.

Pam Mount’s popular free canning class will be held during the festival at 10 a.m. on Saturday. Register here

Adults can visit our winery tasting room to sample our wines, including our award-winning Just Peachy wine.

2017 Summer Harvest Farm to Fork Tastings

On Saturday August 5 enjoy tastings from:

3 West, Basking Ridge
Blue Bottle Cafe, Hopewell

Garden State Community Kitchen, Monmouth Junction, NJ
Fulper Family Farmstead, Lambertville
Harvest Seasonal Grill, North Wales, PA
Las Patatas De Rafa, Trenton
Le Bon Magot, Lawrenceville
Terhune Orchards, Princeton

On Sunday, August 6  enjoy tastings from:

Emily’s Cafe, Pennington, NJ
Frank’s Pickled Peppers, Dayton
Fulper Family Farmstead, Lambertville
Harvest Seasonal Grill, North Wales, PA
Huayro Peruvian Catering
Las Patatas De Rafa
Lillipies, Princeton
Terhune Orchards, Princeton

For additional details and menus on Tasting click here

Admission fee $8, children under 3 are free. Admission with Farm to Fork tasting, $20 per person. Admission fee includes wagon rides, pedal tractors, barnyard of animals, music, play tractors, and children’s games. (Additional activities available for additional cost). The Farm Store, and our winery and tasting room are open without admission fee and plenty of parking is available at the farm.