Our goal is to share a unique experience with local vendors showcasing products from the local farms. This culinary experience will have you taste-testing a variety of meat, vegetable, and fruit samples including jams, pickles, and honey. Sample beverages from breweries and wineries. Shop from the local vendors with a variety of meat products, vegetables, frozen meals, preserves & pickles, baking, honey, flowers, and home decor.
– Cooking demonstrations
– Butter making demonstration
– On-site food trucks
– Tour the Kleskun Hills Museum- a local historic village
– Tour the Old Bezanson Townsite
– Tour of a local farm
– 5 pm – Enjoy a dinner or individual picnic hosted by the Freezin’ Hub with local products from the farm (Tickets on sale in July)
– Conclude the day with a dance from 9 – 1 am (Tickets on sale in July)
Directions: Bezanson Community Centre is located in the hamlet of Bezanson. From Grande Prairie, take either Highway 43 or Highway 670. Bezanson is located on the south-side of Hwy 43 and signage is posted prior to the exit. Highway 670 travels east from Grande Prairie, then at the end of the pavement, travels north for 4 km. Turn right into the hamlet just before the 670 meets Highway 43. Stay on main street; pass the houses, Bezanson Store on the left, ball diamonds and turn right immediately after the blue Fire Hall. The Bezanson Community Centre is located behind the Fire Hall on the hill. If travelling west from Valleyview - Edmonton on Highway 43 direction, once you have crossed the Big Smoky River, turn left into the hamlet of Bezanson. Signage is posted on the highway. Take a left turn right before the blue Fire Hall and the Bezanson Community Centre is located on the hill right behind the Fire Hall.
Join us in August when more than 100 farms, ranches, and ag-tourism operators open their gates and invite visitors to share in local stories, see on-farm demonstrations and purchase locally grown and produced products.