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The Polar Express

Santa Claus Surprise on the Polar Express & Family Fun Christmas Wish Train Ride – YouTube   The Polar Express Ride to see the Horses in the back field. A Dream to come through… You will go to  inside the train and feel the Special time coming near. Feel the Spirit of Christmas all around…

Christmas Land with Polar Express Ride

Come and enjoy a Scandinavian Christmas on our farm while sipping hot chocolate, surrounded by the smell of the wood-burning fire, with twinkly lights setting lovely atmosphere. We will have Santa in His “NEW” workshop waiting for children and alike to greet them this Christmas. Polar Express will bring you around the back of…

10 Must buys from Niemi’s Christmas Market

  Christmas tree ornament Wool socks Cozy toques Homemade Fudge Relaxing bath soaking salts Handmade Christmas cards Festive gnomes European sweets Something fresh from Niemi’s Bakery A candle for Christmas

5 Things to bring to Niemi’s Christmas Market

Classical Christmas   For the optimal Christmas Market experience, Dressing for the weather is key, make sure you have warm footwear, a jacket, mittens and hat if it’s cold. Sometimes umbrellas are required Another thing you’ll want to bring is something to take pictures with as there are dozens of photo spots The Christmas Market…

Christmas Market at Niemi’s

The winter holidays are coming up which means the return of holiday favourite activities such as building gingerbread houses, going to Christmas Markets, and visiting Santa. This year, you won’t have to travel all the way to the North Pole to visit Santa’s Village. Located in Mount Albert, just  45 min. drive from Toronto, Niemi’s…

Growing Marigolds In The Vegetable Garden

15 Reasons To Grow Marigolds In The Vegetable Garden French Marigolds (Tagetes patula) are an excellent plant to grow. They look lovely in planters, hanging baskets or ornamental beds or borders, but they can also be an excellent addition to your vegetable garden. In fact, they are ranked number one in our list of the…

March Break Children’s Camp

Looking for something for your 7 to 12 year old child to do this March break? 🤩 We have a very special 3 day camp 🌞 Weather dependent, we will 🌱 Bring a plant home to grow 🐓 Feed Chickens, watching the piglets get fed 🐑 Watch the baby lamb, and name our Baby Boy…

Celebrating Thanksgiving with our family on the farm

Happy Thanksgiving! We have day off on Thanksgiving… but it doesn’t mean that we are just sitting idle. First thing early morning we start with the feeding animals, then after that the kitchen gets busy mom and the girls each have their own ideas what they want to do for the special dinner. Meats are…

Niemi’s Christmas Market

Welcome to a magical Scandinavian Country Christmas in Mount Albert. Shop local vendor products, sip on hot apple cider, enjoy a steamy cup of hearty soup, and warm up by a toasty fire. Enjoy the twinkly lights and melodies of the season.  You will find lovely handmade crafts, Traditional Finnish Baking, Premium Ontario-grown Christmas Trees, & more!…

Summer at Niemis open Thursday to Saturday

Hot Summer Deals at the Farm Enjoy 30% OFF  so many beautiful plants for your home and landscape. Maybe it’s time to add some plants to the cottage gardens? Hours Update: We are now only Thursday to Saturday throughout the summer. When you stop by the farm, be sure to check out our little boutiques to…

Happy May

Niemi Family Farm News   Spring is here and it’s time to plant, our plants from Tomatoes to Lettuce, Annuals, Perennials and all the Herbs etc. are ready for you. We started heating our first greenhouse in the last days of the Feb. Seeding and transplanting almost everyday since and now you should see it,…

Time to plant seeds

Late spring is the optimal time to be planting vegetable seeds in Canada, but some vegetables are hardier and will survive better early in the season. These species are called ‘cool-season vegetables‘. Most cool-season varieties will not be affected by a light frost, so you can safely plant them in May or June.