Tea for two (and strawberries) at Surrey’s Stewart Farm

It sounds delightful: tea, fresh strawberries and homemade ice cream on the shady verandah of Surrey's Historic Stewart Farm.

It sounds delightful: tea, fresh strawberries and homemade ice cream on the shady verandah of Surrey’s Historic Stewart Farm.

The restored 1894 farmhouse at 13743 Crescent Road is hosting two upcoming Strawberry Teas. One is on Wednesday, June 19 and the second on Sunday, June 23, from 1-2 p.m. both days.

Tea, local strawberries and hand-churned ice cream will be served on the veranda of the stately Victorian home, overlooking the farm’s heirloom gardens. Pre registration required. Call 604-592-6956. It’s $15, and for ages 6 and up.

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