Busking at Maplewood Farm
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June 2012 - Maplewood Farm enjoys over 91,000 visitors per year and houses a wide variety of farm animals. Beginning this summer, Maplewood Farm will introduce a busking program that they hope will provide opportunities for local artists as well as enhance the visitor experience to the farm. A busker is a person who plays an instrument, sings, dances, juggles, mimes, performs or otherwise entertains the public with a creative or artistic practice.


Busking at Maplewood Farms is permitted between the hours of Noon and 4 pm in designated locations. Farm staff will designate locations and number of performers busking depending upon daily farm events.

A busker must check in with farm staff at the farm entrance and wear the busking identification card provided by farm staff during his/her presence on the farm.

On the first performance at the farm, a busker must provide a copy of an RCMP background check demonstrating no history of domestic violence or crimes towards children.


Download the Maplewood Farm Busking Guidelines here. (PDF)

For more information contact:

Farm Manager: