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Harvest Day at Darts Hill Garden Park
Take part in free family-friendly activities celebrating the harvest season.
Date & Time
Tickets & Pricing
Entry by donation.
Join us for Harvest Day at Darts Hill Garden Park on Saturday, September 18, 2021 from 11 am to 3 pm and take part many free family-friendly activities celebrating the harvest season.
Hosted by SOURCES. Learn proper fruit picking techniques and help glean the Darts Hill Garden Park orchard trees. All of the produce gleaned will be distributed through the SOURCES food bank.
Hosted by Darts Hill Garden Conservancy Trust Society. Shop the vast selection of unique plants at the Plant Sale area. All proceeds from plant purchases help support the Darts Hill Garden Park Conservancy Trust Society.
- Cash only
Hosted by the Honeybee Centre at the Darts Hill Garden Park Honeybee Garden. Join this fun, exciting and interactive presentation. Learn about bees, beekeeping, pollination and environmental stewardship.
Join City of Surrey staff at the storytime area for an interactive tale about bees! Parent participation is required.
Explore the garden and enjoy the fall colors as the leaves turn to create a sea of golden yellows and brilliant reds. Discover the rare and unusual specimens that make up this enchanting plantsman's garden.
Plan your visit
- Harvest Day activities included with admission to Darts Hill Garden Park
- Drop-In admission
- Admission is by cash donation
- Suggested donation is $5
- Donations are collected onsite at the welcome table
- Children under 12 can enter for free with an adult
- Entry is free for Garden Members
Remember to Pack It In, Pack It Out.
- If you pack a picnic to enjoy at the park, please pack out all your waste at the end of your visit and sort it into the appropriate waste streams at home
About Darts Hill Garden Park
In 1994 Edwin and Francisca Darts donated their 7.5-acre garden to the City of Surrey and its citizens. Their intention was to give Surrey its own garden to be used as a horticultural centre for the preservation, enhancement, and development of plants.
Darts Hill Garden Park is managed in partnership with City of Surrey and Darts Hill Garden Society.