Nottawasaga OPP joins forces with Murphy’s Farm and
Canadian Tire Alliston to bring Christmas joy to local youths
Christmas is coming to town for elementary students in need from across the community, thanks to the annual “Shop With a Cop” event on Dec. 10 and a partnership between the Nottawasaga OPP, Murphy’s Farm and Canadian Tire Alliston, which raised a record $7,300 in 2022.
The holiday season is quickly getting underway at Murphy’s Farm Market & Bakery, meaning it’s time to spread
some Christmas cheer at our Christmas Market on November 19 and 20.
Local community coming together with creativity this fall
to give back to annual Nottawasaga OPP event
Murphy’s Farm Market and Bakery is again raising money to support the Nottawasaga OPP’s annual
Shop With a Cop event through the newly branded Murphy’s Magnificent Hay Bales.
On Saturday, Murphy's Farm Market & Bakery and the Nottawasaga OPP teamed up once again for the
annual 'Shop with a Cop' event. Nearly two dozen youth were given $100 to spend on gifts for their family or themselves.
Through a partnership between the Nottawasaga OPP and local family business Murphy’s Farm Market and Bakery, which raised a record $3,600 in support for this year’s event, students will be paired up with OPP officers to shop for Christmas presents for themselves and their entire family.
The holiday season is quickly getting underway at Murphy’s Farm Market and Bakery, meaning it’s time to spread some Christmas cheer at the Magical Christmas Market.
Murphy’s Farm Market in Alliston is raising awareness and financial support for the annual ‘Shop with a Cop’ event, in partnership with the OPP.
Murphy’s Farm Market and Bakery kicked off yet another Fall Fest on Sept. 18. The annual event welcomes the Alliston-area community to the farm to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities.
Fall is here again. Looking for the perfect pumpkins for your fall baking and Halloween fun? We have you covered. Here’s where you can find pumpkin patches in and around the Greater Toronto Area.
Looking for cute pumpkin patches and farms in Ontario to check out this fall season? Sure, you could just head to your local Longo’s or Freshco to grab a plump ol’ pumpkin, but it’s a lot more fun and festive to hit up a local farm.
One of the more sustainable activities you can take up during the summer, the time has come to hit the fields with baskets in hand and select only the brightest, plumpest, and juiciest berries in the land.
It’s almost the time of year again when strawberries ready to be picked — and while there are some restrictions in place to keep everyone safe and socially distanced, strawberry picking is definitely a go this year!
For some, the dresses had already been purchased and altered before the pandemic took hold and changed the course of the school year. But the folks at an Alliston family farm decided their student workers weren't going to miss out.
Hollis English an owner of Murphy’s Farm Market and Bakery in Alliston explains how being forced to adapt during the pandemic has actually allowed them to expand their business model.
“If you’re willing to dive in, and change when something isn’t working, be adaptable—which farmers are—we can do anything,” shares Hollis English, co-owner of Murphy’s Farm Market and Bakery.